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  • Sunday Night Photo Gallery

    Photos from Sunday night of Harvest Georgia, featuring music from Chris Tomlin and Phil Wickham.
  • Saturday Night Photo Gallery

    Photos from Saturday night of Harvest Georgia, featuring music from THIRD DAY and Phil Wickham.
  • Friday Night Photo Gallery

    Photos from Friday night of Harvest Georgia, featuring music from Lecrae and Phil Wickham.
  • How Far Would You Drive to Save a Life?

    We had been invited to a luncheon at a local radio station by one of their advertising salesmen. We pictured this luncheon as a large room with more . . .
  • Harvest GA Partners Spotlight

    In a culture where constant use of smart phones and electronic devices threatens to distance us from personal connection and distracts us from what's . . .
  • Last Coordinator Meetings

    Greetings Friend: Nearly 200 churches are now a part of the Georgia Harvest outreach with Pastor Greg Laurie on September 23–25 at the Infinite . . .
  • Student/Young Adult Involvement

    Our goal is to partner with and serve the churches in your community that are passionate about evangelism, follow-up, and discipleship.  There are . . .
  • Revival Is Coming to Atlanta!

    Revival Is Coming to Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia, has always been my home. I have been blessed to be raised in a Christ-centered home. Prayer was a part . . .
  • Coordinator Information Meetings

    We will be hosting Coordinator Information Meetings July 11–15 for Harvest Georgia. These will be held all across the Greater Atlanta area for . . .
  • Become a Follow-Up Church

    Atlanta-area churches are invited to identify representatives to serve as church coordinator, volunteer coordinator, and youth/young adult . . .
  • Meet Steve!

    Hello, I'm Steve Noble, a Southern Baptist living in Raleigh, North Carolina. I'm finishing up my Master's Degree in Ethics at Southeastern Baptist . . .
  • Why Georgia?

    In April 2005 the Harvest Crusades were invited to share the gospel in Athens and Augusta, Georgia, where more than 1,600 individuals made professions . . .
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