Another great night at the Seattle Harvest!

It was another amazing night at the Seattle Harvest in Key Arena.

With an overflowing 14,200 in attendance—many of them young people—the venue was brimming with an enthusiastic crowd. The audience was on their feet with amazing music by Kutless, Hawk Nelson, Revive, and Jeremy Camp.

The crowd’s enthusiasm was undoubtedly mirrored in heaven, as a result of many people coming to Christ. After I delivered a message titled, “What is the Meaning of Life?”, we presented an opportunity for listeners to get right with God, and 1,417 people (at Key Arena and online) seized that opportunity.

That means that over 2,400 have made professions of faith. . .SO FAR!

Will you pray for those who have dedicated or rededicated their lives to Christ so far in Seattle? As we match them up with nearby supporting churches, pray that those churches would make them feel welcome and that they would grow and mature steadily in their newfound faith.

Tonight is called “An Evening of Hope”

Tonight’s program, “An Evening of Hope,” is designed to encourage and refresh those who are hurting and it features music by MercyMe, Jars of Clay, and the Katinas. We will also hear from special guest, Nick Vujicic whose compelling testimony is guaranteed to astound you.

I will also speak from my own experience on the topic of hope for hurting hearts.
Do you know someone who could use a dose of hope? Invite them to the event or to watch with you on the Web. You can share this event using Facebook, Twitter, or by sending an e-vite.

Continue to pray for the Seattle Harvest! 

2 thoughts on “Another great night at the Seattle Harvest!”

  1. Berta Gilbert says:

    We prayed for you and the crusade at our Saturday morning intercession time. We are a little church in Tomah, Wisconsin. It was a privilege.

  2. Lori says:

    Greg, I just got home from an evening of hope. Wow, you preached better than I have ever heard you preach before. But God gets the glory as he is the one who anointed you. My precious 18 year old son came to Christ tonight. In fact, he was the first one out of his seat and nearly pole vaulted across the seats to get to the aisle and ran down there lickety split. I will never in a million years forget the look of peace, and joy, and newness and hope on his face when he returned to us. Thanks Greg and thanks be to our God!!!

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