This past weekend Greg Laurie and Harvest Church held their 30th annual Harvest So Cal event at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California. The stadium was packed with over 100,000 attendees over the course of the weekend and had thousands watching from home via live stream.
The event featured performances by Jeremy Camp, Lecrae, For King and Country, Passion Music, Phil Wickham, Newsboys, Chris Tomlin and appearances by Darryl Strawberry, Madeline Carrol and many more.
Greg Laurie delivered a gospel message every night of the event encouraging attendees, event workers and anyone listening to follow Jesus and tell them that they were put on this earth for a reason.
“It was amazing to see so many people come together to worship Jesus and hear the message of the Gospel. God is up to something special in California, and I believe this is just the beginning.” – Jarrid Wilson
The gospel has been presented at every Harvest event in its 30-year run and the Harvest team believes that this is only the beginning.
With 30 years down and many more to go, some of you may wonder, how has Harvest remain so successful with hosting FREE events in Stadiums around the country and bringing in so many A-class performers… and the answer is- because of church and ministry partners just like YOU. Generous donors and partners have invested in a movement of the Gospel and provided the resources year after year.
The Harvest team will be hosting Harvest Boise 2020 on May 1-3, 2020 for more info, click the link below.
If you would like to help Harvest Crusades and Greg Laurie on their mission financially, click the link below.
Also showcased this year was The Erwin Brother’s upcoming film, I Still Believe. The film features teen heartthrob, KJ Apa, acting veteran, Gary Sinise and Country music mega-star, Shania Twain. I Still believe is based on the life of Jeremy Camp and telling the story of his life, family and the story behind his hit song, I Still Believe. I Still Believe is following The Erwin Brothers’ 2018 hit film, I Can Only Imagine and is expected to hit theaters on March 20, 2020.
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