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Goffstown Harvest Christian Church

542 Mast Road

Goffstown, New Hampshire 03045

United States

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"My reaction is a happy one, of course," said Joe Johnsick, the founder and pastor of Goffstown Harvest Christian Read More...

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"My reaction is a happy one, of course," said Joe Johnsick, the founder and pastor of Goffstown Harvest Christian Church.

Johnsick, who said he had prepared for a legal battle, was relieved."My prayer was that God would not cause us to fight any battles that tomorrow we would have to heal."
The first phase of the project is a 479-seat sanctuary, estimated at $1.2 million to $1.5 million.At some point, Johnsick also wants to build an outdoor amphitheater for special services and events and a multipurpose building with a gym, youth room, and television studio on the five-acre property.
"I'm not done with boards," Johnsick said.

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Sitting in the cockpit of a plane last month, reporter Albert McKeon, right, gets a chance to take a flying lesson from Joe Johnsick, co-owner of , Harvest Aviation Services. McKeon took a flight around the New Boston area from Boire Field in Nashua.

Sitting in the cockpit of a plane last month, reporter Albert McKeon, right, gets a chance to take a flying lesson from Joe Johnsick, co-owner of Harvest Aviation Services.
"The air and wind are your friend," pilot Joe Johnsick said after a recent Thursday morning jaunt as we relaxed in the hanger office of Harvest Aviation Services, the flight instruction business he co-owns on Nashua's Boire Field.
Johnsick has a way of explaining the essentials of flight without seeming pedantic.For him it's all about relaxing and viewing the plane as an extension of you.
By extension, Johnsick didn't mean the Warrior became a steel-and-fiberglass Boston Red Sox fan with me behind the controls.Rather, he wanted me to feel how the plane obediently reacts to a pilot's movements much as Kermit the Frog responded to Jim Henson's hand.
For instance, Johnsick wouldn't let me hold the yoke, a plane's steering wheel, with two hands.I had to keep one hand placed on the seat.
Several times, when our simple mission seemed precariously close to failure , at least from my viewpoint , I instinctively drew my right hand toward the yoke."Get that hand back there," Johnsick would say through his microphone headset.
But, of course, that's why Johnsick came along.For the sake of humanity on terra firma, no first-time pilot can take the air without an instructor.
His experience was apparent from the get-go.Instead of having me hold a checklist and review item by item the things that need checking before takeoff, Johnsick walked me around the plane and gave a hands-on overview of the craft's vital functions.
I folded the flap on the wing as he explained its role in providing thrust and drag, elements necessary for flight.I unscrewed the gas cap to check the fuel level.
Once in the plane, Johnsick pulled out a laminated card and said "check" to every item on the list.
Johnsick offered control of the plane."Where's my drink?"
Suddenly, I couldn't shake the thought that Johnsick and I would become permanent markers in the boundless spoils of Hollis' preserved land. (From 2,500 feet in the sky, the town looks like a plate of broccoli.)
But without Johnsick's calming influence, I definitely would have tried out for a new role, that of parachutist.Occasionally, I shot the plane a bit over the half-mile elevation marker Johnsick wanted us to fly near, but he kept gently reminding me to bring it down a notch , nothing a slight push of the yoke couldn't remedy.
Johnsick had the patience of a pastor.Sure enough, that's the 43-year-old's other gig; he leads Goffstown Harvest Christian Church.
Johnsick and Scott Wharem opened Harvest Aviation nearly four years ago.
Typically, it takes a person 60-70 hours to be ready for the test, Johnsick said.
A lesson usually lasts 30-45 minutes, Johnsick said."The brain can't take anymore.It's assimilating a lot of things," he said.
With more flight time, I won't blink at those 45-degree turns and will be ready for the roller-coaster trick that I declined, he said.
"Man, do I love the smell of that kerosene," Johnsick said as we walked off the tarmac after our flight.

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