Harvest 08 in Philadelphia

Hey Everyone! The Harvest Crusades are coming! We launched the website for our 2008 Greater Philadelphia Harvest today. The dates are October 3-5 at the Wachovia Center. Click here to check it out! Greg

For those who were never chosen for the team…

I was just thinking a little bit about being the one who is not chosen for different tasks. I don’t know about you, but in school I was never the first one chosen for the team. You know the routine – everyone is lined up, the two team captains are selected, and then they pick out who they want on their teams from the anxiously awaiting mob. You hold your hand up and perhaps say, “Pick me, pick me!” And . . . read more ›

No fooling!

Good Tuesday to all of you. Of course, today is April Fools Day, but I want to share something with that is no joke. Today is also my son, Christopher David Laurie’s birthday! He is 33 years old. Cathe and I love him very much, as you know. Christopher is married to Brittany, and they have the most beautiful daughter in the world, Stella. Christopher is the head of our design department at Harvest. When you see our cool graphics . . . read more ›

Read Another Lost Boy Excerpt Here

Well, the weekend is here! I have received such a great response to the sample chapter of Lost Boy, that I wanted to do two things: I wanted to give you a few more pages, including the preface and some thoughts on the book from my good friends Franklin Graham and Chuck Smith. There is also a table of contents, so you can get a sense of the whole book. You can download those here. I wanted to open up . . . read more ›

East Coast Trip

Hey Everyone, Guess where I am? New York City! Without question, NYC is my all-time favorite city. It’s noisy, crazy, congested, and full of action. I am here through this weekend to speak at a Harvest Christian Fellowship we planted here, way back in 1982. Back then, we were doing some events here due to the amazing response to our radio program, A New Beginning. Yes, we have been on that long . . . actually even longer! Those events . . . read more ›