New Harvest iPhone app is here!

You can download it today for free! After several months of work from the Harvest web programmers and designers, we are launching our new “Harvest: Greg Laurie” iPhone app. We’ve tried to take our best web content and pack it into one place to help you “know God” and “make Him known” to others. It is unlike any other Christian app I’ve seen. Let me give you a “sneak peak” of what you’ll find when you launch it. Messages The . . . read more ›

Giving Ourselves to God

The Bible tells us that, in light of all that God has done for us, we should then present ourselves to Him. If we will do this, then we will know His will for our lives. The apostle Paul writes in Romans 12:1-2: I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service. And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed . . . read more ›

T.H.I.N.K.

Tonight in Orange County, I will speak on knowing the will of God. One of the things I will mention is the importance of thinking about what we say before we say it. A helpful acronym that you can use when wondering if you should spread a certain piece of information is T.H.I.N.K. Ask yourself the following questions: T – Is it true? In other words, this thing that you have heard about someone else, is this accurate information? Or is it just gossip or . . . read more ›

How to Know the Will of God

I will be back at Harvest on Sunday morning to speak on a topic that we all wonder about: the will of God. Does God indeed have a master plan for our lives? If so, how do I discover it? How do I hear His voice? How do I know the will of God? These are important questions, and they are not easily answered, but we will take a shot at this weekend. You are invited to join us for . . . read more ›

Keep Moving

We all know people who have supposedly “fallen away,” spiritually. Sometimes people make changes in their lives, start going to church, and get all excited about the Bible. Then suddenly they bail out, never to return. Usually, we say, “Oh, isn’t that sad. They are backsliding.” But I suggest to you that many of these people never were true believers to begin with. The true test is where they wind up. A true believer will always come back home eventually. . . . read more ›