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Maria Elmasri was raised Catholic but never had or understood how to have a personal relationship with the Lord. One of the most painful memories
for . . .
The SoCal Harvest couldn't function without the many volunteers from churches all over Southern California. It is the service of people like M'Lou
and . . .
Ana Manzanares and her four children, Ana, Abigail, Adrian, and Alan, came down onto the field to rededicate their family to Christ. Abigail was
so . . .
But Now I
Tonight's crusade shined the spotlight on many people from the crowd and their testimonies of God's grace. As the Harvest Worship Band sang the
lyrics . . .
Photos from Sunday night of the 2016 SoCal Harvest, featuring special guest Mel Gibson, and music from TobyMac, Hollyn, and
The Conversion of
Tonight at the SoCal Harvest Pastor Greg talked about the conversion of Steve McQueen, who known as the "King of Cool." Watch the
Tonight at the SoCal Harvest Pastor Greg interviewed Mel Gibson. They talked about his upcoming film projects, including Hacksaw Ridge and a
possible . . .
Meet Raquel and Chris. They were lied to today. It happened when they got a knock on the door this morning. Raquel's cousin had showed up from
Ontario . . .
Looking at this group of people, it's easy to tell they are a close-knit family. Christen and Michael Martinez have attended the SoCal Harvest
before, . . .
Javier grew up on the streets. By the age of 13 he was already in a gang and addicted to drugs. Javier admits he kept going back to the only life
he . . .
Having a Conversation
Deep in thought, Tim prays, and asks God how he should resolve some people problems that he's been experiencing. Once again, he finds himself in
a . . .
What do you think when you hear junior high or high school student? Attitude? Selfish? But that's not how you would describe the students
from . . .