Greg Laurie is the pastor and founder of the Harvest churches in California and Hawaii and of Harvest Crusades. He is an evangelist, best-selling author and movie producer. His newest book Lennon, Dylan, Alice & Jesus
The Bible says, “Today is the day of salvation” (1 Corinthians 6:2, NLT), and “Seek the LORD while you can find him. Call on him now while he is near” (Isaiah 55:6, NLT). You may never have another opportunity like this one.
It is my personal opinion that most Americans — much less the rest of the world — haven’t really heard a true Gospel presentation.
God is with you in everything no matter what. You can’t stop the storm. But you can reach for God’s hand and find it.
As people see this film about the most profound spiritual awakening of our day, we hope and pray for God to do it again.
Many live with the misconception that the Christian life is dull, uptight, and colorless. People associate Christianity with the fun things they’re not allowed to do, yet really have no idea what it’s all about.
Jesus viscerally understands loneliness. He is with you in a special way if you are feeling lonely this Christmas.
Talk to your loving heavenly Father. He’s only a prayer away!
Johnny Cash was an outlaw with the soul of a mystic. He was an impossible, tortured man who pinballed back and forth between extremes. He was both a sinner and a saint.
Harvest has held large-scale evangelistic events at Angel Stadium for 32 years. Over 6 million people have attended in person, and over 600,000 have made professions of faith to follow Jesus Christ. People often ask me why I’ve done this for so long.
We have a secret weapon in the church called prayer. Though all other doors may remain closed, one door is always open: the door into the presence of God through prayer.