The pandemic has resulted in changes for many ministries, events, churches and individuals through most of 2020. But COVID-19 has also led to opportunities for the gospel to go forth in fresh ways.
When Harvest Crusade made the difficult decision to cancel its in-person crusades scheduled this year at Anaheim’s Angel Stadium and switch to an online, cinematic format titled A Rush of Hope, many people prayed that the change would result in large numbers coming to Christ. And it appears God has answered those prayers in incredible ways. Pastor Greg Laurie, founder of Harvest Crusades, posted on Facebook that “1.8 Million watched ‘A Rush Of Hope’ this last Labor Day weekend and 16,000 made professions of faith to follow Jesus Christ!”