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The Grad and
This is Charles Aguilar's first time at a Harvest Crusade. He is currently a student at a men's home in Riverside. In his 39 years of life, he
has . . .
Danielle Brooks is 26 years old. Her mother has been a crack addict since she was born, and her stepfather died when she was just 8 years
old . . .
Photos from Saturday night of the 2016 SoCal Harvest, featuring Skillet
Noel has been attending SoCal Harvest for the past seven to eight years. She continues to come because of her excitement and love of seeing
the . . .
Several years ago, 52-year-old Rob lost his wife and started drinking heavily. Today, he is a recovering alcoholic and described his addiction as "
an . . .
Getting Anchored with the Community and
These friends have never attended a SoCal Harvest Crusade before. Brett Roberson and Todd Griffin are in attendance by invitation. Their
good . . .
Enrique told himself four months ago, "It all comes down to this. Where do you want to end up? Heaven or hell?" His answer brought him to the
SoCal . . .
Mana Soberano attends the SoCal Harvest Crusade every year with her family and her church, Life Christian Fellowship in Rancho Cucamonga. They
have . . .
Masses of young people fill the seats at the 2016 SoCal Harvest Crusade. Sy Randall is here with his youth group from Calvary Chapel San
Juan . . .
I met Shelly and her beautiful daughter Mikayla a few months ago at Harvest Orange County when Mikayla rededicated her life to Christ
at . . .
This is Cindy's (in orange) third SoCal Harvest Crusade. She turned her life over to Christ at the 2013 Harvest Crusade and was baptized at
Harvest . . .
Jesse chose this seat very strategically. It's the perfect view for his family to see what he's about to do. Tonight, Jesse has decided to
proclaim . . .