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Harvest America is a free nationwide simulcast event featuring top Christian musicians and a clear gospel presentation from Greg Laurie.
Our vision is to partner with churches and individuals throughout the nation to create settings where communities can join together and invite their friends and relatives to comfortably come and hear a clear and precise presentation of the gospel, respond to its message, and be given direction and materials to assist in their new faith. To learn more about what Harvest America is, click here.
Greg Laurie is the speaker at all Harvest events and Senior Pastor at Harvest Christian Fellowship. Find out more about Greg Laurie.
A standard event runs something like this: Worship begins with a "house band," which plays contemporary worship for all ages, followed by music from popular guest musicians. Then Pastor Greg Laurie gives a clear and relevant evangelistic message from the Bible. Pastor Greg will invite those who would like to receive Christ as Lord and Savior to get out of their seats and stand in front of the screen/stage. After a brief explanation, he will pray with those who have come forward to receive Christ.
Harvest America is free and open to the public. You do not need a ticket or registration to attend Harvest America.
However, AT&T Stadium does charge $10.00 per car for parking. Buses* are $50.00.
*Any vehicle with 15 or more seats will be charged as a “bus parking fee”. For more information, please see AT&T Stadium's Parking website.
Because Harvest America has open seating with no tickets, many people choose to come early to get in line at the stadium for a closer seat to the stage. We want to facilitate smooth entry for everyone, so here is some information to help you decide when you will arrive on June 10th:
At 12:00pm AT&T Stadium Parking opens. Tailgating on the grass at Lot #10 is permitted. Lines around the outside patio entrances will be forming.
From 1:30pm-3:30pm the security check gates into the outer patios open to the public. This is the best time to enter, because the people who are inside the outer patios by 3:30pm will be the first allowed into the stadium to find seating. People who are not through security before 3:30pm will have to wait until the outside patios are cleared to go through security and enter the stadium.
At 3:30pm the stadium gates are open to find seating. Reserving seating is not permitted. Music will be playing and the usual stadium concessions will be available. Pre-Concert begins at 5:30pm and the stadium will settle into final seating arrangements. Then, Harvest America begins at 6:00pm!
Yes, at 12:00pm the AT&T Stadium Parking opens and tailgating is permitted on the grass at Lot #10.
Please read AT&T Stadium's Tailgating guidelines on their Parking web page.
In an effort to enhance public safety, AT&T Stadium has a security policy that limits items allowed into the stadium. You may bring a clear plastic water bottle that is still factory sealed. No open bottles will be allowed entry. You may bring clear bags or small clutch purses in aprooved sizes shown below.
Strolers and umbrellas are not allowed inside the gates. An exception will be made for medically necessary items after proper inspection at the entry gates. For more information, please see AT&T Stadium's bag policy.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Harvest America. We are grateful to have you serve with us at the stadium! Check out the volunteer positions here on our website serve.harvestamerica.com
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It is up to each host to decide whether to show the music from the live event, or bring in artists for live music at their individual location.
Pastor Greg receives no compensation for speaking at Harvest America.
No. Harvest Ministries is one of the largest contributors of staff and finances for these events, and generally underwrites a portion of the event in addition to the direct costs to our organization.
The budget for Harvest America is funded by Harvest Ministries, gifts from private donors and businesses from throughout the nation, and various churches that have chosen to partner with us to cover the costs. If you are interested in learning about how you or your church can partner with us in funding this outreach, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each host site will be asked to participate in the freewill offering that will be held during each outreach. The funds raised through this will be applied directly to the Harvest America budget.
Harvest Ministries is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, so gifts to Harvest Ministries are fully tax-deductible as allowed by law.
To learn more about supporting Harvest America, please visit the Donate page.
Someone making a profession of faith in Christ is paired up with a Decision Follow-Up Worker and receives a Start! Bible New Testament (or a similar Bible if the host location has chosen to use a different New Believer’s Bible). The Decision Follow-Up Worker prays with and encourages the new believer. He or she also documents the person’s decision to follow Christ. The documentation is given to a local church representative on the night of Harvest America. Within 48 hours of the outreach, local churches mail letters and make phone calls to the new believers. To ensure the success of this step, Harvest Crusades utilizes mailings and other resources to encourage the local churches to follow up with all new believers. Harvest also has follow-up curriculum available for churches that haven’t yet developed their own.
We believe that only God has the power to "convert" a heart to Himself. We use the term "profession of faith" to indicate that a person made a public, formal profession of a desire to follow Christ and live by His Word (whether that be a first-time commitment or a recommitment). While many of these people will be discipled, grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ, and bear lasting fruit, we know that this is a matter of the heart and some will not continue on in the Christian faith (see Matthew 13). This is the reason that there is a follow-up process in place—to ensure that as many as possible are given all the tools and biblical counsel that they need, and are also prayed for.
Harvest Ministries is committed to helping people know God and make Him known. That is why we have developed a free online course called Tell Someone — taught by pastor, author, and evangelist Greg Laurie. May God bless you as you honor Him and share the Good News of Jesus Christ!