Harvest America 2014
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Harvest America is a live nationwide event, streamed from American Airlines Center in Dallas to thousands of participating locations across the country including churches, theaters, businesses, and living rooms.
Featuring performances by top Christian artists and a clear gospel message by Greg Laurie, the goal of Harvest America is to impact a nation desperately in need of hope.
October 5, 2014
American Airlines Center,
Special Guest / Musician Bios
Formed in 1994, MercyMe found its way into the spotlight with its subsequent release of "I Can Only Imagine," which gained popularity in both Christian and mainstream markets. Since then, MercyMe has continued to produce top-quality albums as a Multi-Platinum band and has enjoyed several Grammy nominations and multiple Dove awards. In 2009, Billboard named MercyMe's, "Word Of God Speak," the No. 1 Christian Song of the Decade. Their eighth studio album, released in 2012, The Hurt & The Healer, debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 chart and was written as a reminder to people that they are redeemed and sanctified in Jesus Christ.
Singer, songwriter, and worship leader Phil Wickham is no stranger to Harvest Crusades. Having grown up in Southern California, Phil attended this annual event held at Anaheim Stadium for many years. Phil began writing songs and leading worship when he was 12 years old. His song "This Is the Day" serves as the intro track for Greg Laurie's radio broadcast, A New Beginning, as well as his television program, GregLaurie.tv.
Formed by two brothers from Australia, For King & Country was named one of Billboard Magazine's Artists to Watch In 2012. Their debut album, Crave, hit No. 2 on the iTunes top Christian & Gospel Albums on the day it released. Their first single, "Busted Heart (Hold On To Me)," released in 2011, peaked at No. 3 on Billboard's Most Popular Christian Songs chart, and was inspired from a conversation on the brokenness that every person feels at some point in their life. The band wants to deliver a message that is about believing in something much bigger than oneself.