Harvest: Would you pray for these things?

Greg Laurie Harvest 2006 Angels Stadium

From HarvestCrusade.org:

The Southern California Harvest is almost here and we need your prayers!

As with any large event, there are so many last-minute tasks that need to get done before the crusade begins. As we get ready for Friday night, would you please pray for these things?

Pray for Pastor Greg—who has been battling a case of bronchitis over the last week—that he would be healthy and ready to go Friday night. Pray that he will be able to speak clearly and effectively.

Please pray for the webcast team as they get things set up, that the computer equipment would work properly with no glitches, and that many would be able to view the Southern California Harvest online. Pray also for all the sound and video technicians, that everything would run smoothly.

Pray for the foreign language translators who will be translating Pastor Greg’s message into five languages for those in attendance and those watching the webcast. Pray that they’ll be able to work quickly and communicate the biblical truths Pastor Greg is sharing.

Pray for the stage crew, making their final adjustments being done on the set-up. Pray that the transition between musical artists and speakers would go smoothly.

Pray for each and every volunteer who will serve at the crusade, that they will arrive safely and be able to do the job that God has called them to. There are more than 4,000 volunteers, from decision follow-up workers to ushers to prayer warriors. Praise God for their willingness to serve and pray for their safety throughout the weekend.

Thank you so much for your prayers. We hope you’ll have a chance to see the Southern California Harvest, either in person or live online. The webcasts will begin at 6:50 P.M. on Friday and Saturday nights, and 5:50 P.M. Sunday night.

For even more updates from Anaheim, check out the Crusade Connection blog, featuring photos from the event and behind-the-scenes news.

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