Graeme, a local Kiwi, has been passionately devoted to bringing the gospel to the people of New Zealand. For ten years he’s been in fervent prayer and preparations for the Auckland Harvest. He was confident in God’s plans, saying “I knew 2011 was God’s year for Auckland, and He proved that last night and He will show us again tonight.” Graeme speaks of the packed house at the Vector Arena, followed by a full floor of hundreds coming to Christ. It is clear to Graeme, and to the city of Auckland, that change is coming!
Graeme has been involved in the crusades since the 2002 rally in Auckland. He has been praying for church involvement and an eagerness in the people to bring a Harvest to this city. He attended the Christchurch Harvest in 2006, and the Wellington Harvest in 2007, all the while in prayer for God to move in Auckland. It is clear that Graeme has a heart for the people of New Zealand.
When asked what his hopes are for the city after the Harvest weekend is over, Graeme’s reply was, “This is just the beginning!” He hopes for a revival in New Zealand as a result of the Auckland Harvest, praying that the good news of Jesus would spread throughout this country, igniting a fire in the hearts of the Kiwis. God is moving in the Vector Arena this weekend, and we know He will continue to move across this city!