The second night of the SoCal Harvest drew 34,000 people along with 2,675 professing their faith in Christ.
“You have an appointment with God tonight. This is your night to come into a relationship with Jesus Christ,” Evangelist Greg Laurie said.
“You don’t clean your life up and come to Christ. You come to Christ and he will clean your life up”
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the SoCal Harvest. It’s the longest-running large-scale evangelistic event in American history. The first night of the event brought 28,000, including a declaration of faith by 2,100 people. “You don’t clean your life up and come to Christ. You come to Christ and he will clean your life up,” Laurie said to those in attendance. Throughout the event, his messages hinged on the record-high levels of suicide, addiction, and anxiety in America – especially the younger generations. Laurie said, “I have hope tonight for the hopeless generation. […]