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  • Sunday Night Photo Gallery

    Here are some highlights from Sunday Night's SoCal Harvest: View now
  • Cold Heart Warmed

    Sometimes past sins go so deep and lies listened to so long that hearts grow cold and some even question the truth that there is a God in Heaven who . . .
  • Free to Worship

    Tonight, as people are funneling in for the final night of this year's SoCal Harvest to see Chris Tomlin, Phil Wickham, Madeline Carroll, and Pastor . . .
  • Reckless Love

    I was standing on the field as people where walking down, listening the the lyrics of the song Reckless Love: "Oh, it chases me down, fights 'til I'm . . .
  • Ready to Return

    Saturday night was Maria Talauga's first time serving at the Harvest Crusade as an usher. She shared how years ago she was a prodigal sitting in one . . .
  • God’s Perfect Timing

    Jodilynn grew up in a Christian home but did not really know the Lord. She started doing drugs at the young age of 13. She started with marijuana but . . .
  • Saturday Night Photo Gallery

    Tonight's SoCal Harvest in Anaheim was filled with dynamic energy, rocking music, and phenomenal worship—but none of it compares with the . . .
  • Holy Moment

    The field was filled with not only people, but also the Holy Spirit. Pastor Greg Laurie called it a Holy Moment.  3334 people came down last night to . . .
  • Colin

    If anyone was destined to be at tonight's SoCal Harvest Crusade, its Colin. On his 13th birthday he was riding his bike and got hit by a car . . .
  • “Welcome!”

    Every year you will hear one of the junior highers calling out to you as you enter the gates of the Harvest crusade, "Welcome to Harvest!" They are . . .
  • A New Tradition

    Matthew and Sonia have both been to a SoCal Harvest, but never together or as a married couple. Last year the two tied the knot and together they . . .
  • Heir of Grace

    "God decided in advance to adopt us into his own family by bringing us to himself through Jesus Christ. This is what he wanted to do, and it gave . . .
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