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Thousands Respond to Gospel at Cinematic Harvest Crusade

by | Fri, Sep 11 2020

Thousands of people have committed to Christ for the first time at this year’s Harvest Crusade with evangelist Greg Laurie.

The event titled “A Rush of Hope” was held virtually because of the coronavirus.

The Christian Post reports, the Harvest Crusade tracked more than 1 million views and more than 10,000 people committed their lives to Christ.

During the cinematic event Pastor Laurie told viewers they exist to have a relationship with God.

He said there is nothing this world offers that will fill a hole in your heart that was designed to be filled by God Himself.

Pastor Laurie said being a Christian is not just following a creed or going to church – it’s having Christ live inside of you.

Featured Christian musicians and bands on “A Rush of Hope” included MercyMe, For King & Country, and Jeremy Camp.