Greg Laurie and Harvest Crusades to Celebrate Its 25th Consecutive Year of Evangelistic Outreach In August

Greg Laurie

Harvest Crusades with Greg Laurie will celebrate its 25th consecutive year of evangelistic outreach in Southern California during the 2014 SoCal Harvest, slated for Aug. 15-17 at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.

Founded by pastors Laurie and Chuck Smith in 1990, the Harvest Crusades have returned to Orange County each summer for the past 25 years, and have also drawn millions of people to additional stadium events across the country and around the world.

A Southern California pastor and evangelist, Laurie has spoken at each Harvest Crusade event since their inception, sharing the gospel message with more than 6.5 million people worldwide, both in-person and via live Internet broadcasts.

This year will be no different as each night of the 2014 SoCal Harvest outreach will feature a straight-forward message of faith from Laurie and music from top Christian recording artists including Chris Tomlin, Skillet, NeedtoBreathe, for King & Country, Sidewalk Prophets and Phil Wickham (musicians vary by night).

In addition to the 2014 SoCal Harvest, this year Harvest with Greg Laurie will host the Dallas Harvest at the American Airlines Center (Oct. 5), which will be simulcast to thousands of locations nationwide for a coast-to-coast evangelistic outreach called Harvest America.

Two previous Harvest America programs were simulcast from Angel Stadium in 2012 and from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia in 2013. The Anaheim Harvest America event alone drew more than 302,700 participants, making it one of the largest evangelistic outreaches in U.S. history.

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SOURCE: Charisma News
Laura McGowan

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