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Laurie came to faith at the age of 17 as the Jesus Movement was exploding in Southern California. He has written a book, “Jesus Revolution,” about his experiences from that great American spiritual awakening. He also is the Evangelist for Harvest Crusades and is featured on over 1500 radio and TV stations across the nation. Laurie has produced 2 films: Steve Mc Queen: American Idol and A Rush Of Hope. Laurie is also the author of 70 books, including Hope For Hurting Hearts, Steve Mc Queen: The Salvation of An American Icon, Johnny Cash: The Redemption Of An American Icon and his latest, Billy Graham: The Man I Knew. Laurie was not raised in the Christian faith or a church environment. In 1970, when Laurie was 17 years old, he became a devout Christian at Newport Harbor High School under the ministry of evangelist Lonnie Frisbee. At the age of 19, under the ministry of Calvary Chapel Pastor Chuck Smith, he was given the opportunity to lead a Bible study of 30 people. The church that formed from this group, Harvest Christian Fellowship, has grown to become one of the largest churches in the United States. The church has another dedicated campus in Irvine as well as four satellite campuses (Woodcrest, Eastvale, South Corona and Lahaina, Hawaii) with a congregation of approximately 15,000 people, and also houses more than 80 ministries. Harvest recently merged with Kumulani Chapel in Maui, Hawaii, and that church is now called Harvest Kumulani. In 2013, Laurie served as the Honorary Chairman of the National Day of Prayer Task Force. President Donald Trump selected Pastor Laurie as one of several evangelical church leaders to participate in the National Prayer Service hosted at the Washington National Cathedral following the Presidential Inauguration of 2017. One of the paragraphs of the letter reads, "In a time of fake news, distracting news, divisive news, disorderly news, and, sometimes, depressing news, we—as Christians and as leaders—want to recommit ourselves to making sure that the Good News of Jesus cuts through it all. We call upon Christians in America to make 2017 "The Year of Good News." Laurie has written study notes for The New Believer's Bible and The Seeker's Bible. Bible in the New King James Version, published by Thomas Nelson. Another more recent book is a commentary on the book of Revelation. His autobiographical documentary film Lost Boy: The Next Chapter has won eight awards at international film festivals in the best documentary category. Laurie has appeared on ABC World News Tonight, Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN. He is also a guest commentator at World Net Daily and appears regularly in a weekly television program called Greg on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). Laurie is a speaker for public evangelistic events called Harvest Crusades, founded in 1990. They are large-scale evangelistic outreach projects which local churches organize nationally and internationally. Over 5.6 million attendees have participated in Harvest Crusades since they began in 1990. In addition, 1.8 million have reportedly watched the events online. In 2012, Harvest Crusades launched Harvest America a nationwide simulcast from one location to about 2,400 venues. In 2016 Harvest America happened at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Another 180,000 participated at over 7,000 host locations around the country. Over 400,000 individuals have made public professions of faith at the events since Harvest Crusades began. On July 24, 2008, Christopher was killed at the scene of a 9 a.m. On October 5, 2020, Laurie announced he had tested positive for COVID-19. car accident on the eastbound Riverside Freeway west of Serfas Club Drive in Corona, California. In a video posted on social media, Laurie said, “I just wish that at a time like this we could not politicize this and show compassion to people that are struggling with this. Laurie came to faith at the age of 17 as the Jesus Movement was exploding in Southern California. He has written a book, “Jesus Revolution,” about his experiences from that great American spiritual awakening. He also is the Evangelist for Harvest Crusades and is featured on over 1500 radio and TV stations across the nation. Laurie has produced 2 films: Steve Mc Queen: American Idol and A Rush Of Hope. Laurie is also the author of 70 books, including Hope For Hurting Hearts, Steve Mc Queen: The Salvation of An American Icon, Johnny Cash: The Redemption Of An American Icon and his latest, Billy Graham: The Man I Knew. Laurie was not raised in the Christian faith or a church environment. In 1970, when Laurie was 17 years old, he became a devout Christian at Newport Harbor High School under the ministry of evangelist Lonnie Frisbee. At the age of 19, under the ministry of Calvary Chapel Pastor Chuck Smith, he was given the opportunity to lead a Bible study of 30 people. The church that formed from this group, Harvest Christian Fellowship, has grown to become one of the largest churches in the United States. The church has another dedicated campus in Irvine as well as four satellite campuses (Woodcrest, Eastvale, South Corona and Lahaina, Hawaii) with a congregation of approximately 15,000 people, and also houses more than 80 ministries. Harvest recently merged with Kumulani Chapel in Maui, Hawaii, and that church is now called Harvest Kumulani. In 2013, Laurie served as the Honorary Chairman of the National Day of Prayer Task Force. President Donald Trump selected Pastor Laurie as one of several evangelical church leaders to participate in the National Prayer Service hosted at the Washington National Cathedral following the Presidential Inauguration of 2017. One of the paragraphs of the letter reads, "In a time of fake news, distracting news, divisive news, disorderly news, and, sometimes, depressing news, we—as Christians and as leaders—want to recommit ourselves to making sure that the Good News of Jesus cuts through it all. We call upon Christians in America to make 2017 "The Year of Good News." Laurie has written study notes for The New Believer's Bible and The Seeker's Bible. Bible in the New King James Version, published by Thomas Nelson. Another more recent book is a commentary on the book of Revelation. His autobiographical documentary film Lost Boy: The Next Chapter has won eight awards at international film festivals in the best documentary category. Laurie has appeared on ABC World News Tonight, Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN. He is also a guest commentator at World Net Daily and appears regularly in a weekly television program called Greg on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). Laurie is a speaker for public evangelistic events called Harvest Crusades, founded in 1990. They are large-scale evangelistic outreach projects which local churches organize nationally and internationally. Over 5.6 million attendees have participated in Harvest Crusades since they began in 1990. In addition, 1.8 million have reportedly watched the events online. In 2012, Harvest Crusades launched Harvest America a nationwide simulcast from one location to about 2,400 venues. In 2016 Harvest America happened at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Another 180,000 participated at over 7,000 host locations around the country. Over 400,000 individuals have made public professions of faith at the events since Harvest Crusades began. On July 24, 2008, Christopher was killed at the scene of a 9 a.m. On October 5, 2020, Laurie announced he had tested positive for COVID-19. car accident on the eastbound Riverside Freeway west of Serfas Club Drive in Corona, California. In a video posted on social media, Laurie said, “I just wish that at a time like this we could not politicize this and show compassion to people that are struggling with this.

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