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Time for Summer Reading

by Greg Laurie on Jul 12, 2019

Grow spiritually this summer with some encouragement from my good friends, who happen to be gifted and well-known pastors and authors. Each Sunday, enjoy watching an inspiring message taught from a topic in one of our books.

You can view them live every Sunday morning right here on, Facebook, and YouTube. And if you happen to be in Southern California, we would love to see you at one of our Harvest Christian Fellowship campus locations.

Sunday, July 14 – Pastor Greg

Book: Hope for Hurting Hearts

Pastor Greg shares candidly about his own heartbreak over the sudden departure of son Christopher.  He offers comfort to those with hurting hearts with hope that will sustain through this life and beyond!

Sunday, July 21 – Pastor Levi Lusko

I Declare War: Four Keys to Winning the Battle with Self

Levi illustrates how to achieve ongoing victory over battles with oneself by identifying four weapons to use at your disposal:

  1. Thoughts
  2. Words
  3. Behaviors
  4. Power

These practical tools from God’s Word will help you learn to retaliate against your anxiety by filling your heart with truth.

Sunday, July 28 – Pastor Max Lucado

How Happiness Happens Finding Lasting Joy in a World of Comparison.

Searching for happiness? Bestselling author, Max Lucado, provides a personal plan for a life filled with lasting and fulfilling joy. His message and book are full by Jesus’ teaching and modern research.

Sunday, August 4 – Pastor Jack Graham


Be enlightened about the supernatural world and encouraged that God can provide protection, provision, and power for whatever lies ahead.

I hope this blesses you this summer as you grow in your faith and walk with Jesus.

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