Helping the people that we love, join us in Heaven
“Look, I tell you, lift up your eyes and look at the fields! They are ripe for harvest.” -Jesus (John 4:35)
A cultural shift in our country has created a vast mission field across America.
Your leaders, staff, and members work diligently to till the soil of your community, to plant the seed of God’s Word, and to cultivate it to fruition.
Host a Harvest Day, to reap bountifully of that labor.
A Harvest Day, is a worship experience, when a multitude of people responds positively to the salvation message presented by Tony Nolan.
Ephesians 4:11 says that Christ, Himself gave “some to be apostles, some to be prophets, some to be evangelists, and some to be pastors and teachers,” to equip the saints and to edify the church.
Tony Nolan is an evangelist, specially gifted in proclaiming the glorious, Good News of Jesus Christ.
Tony operates from a deep conviction that believes everybody will spend forever somewhere, and he wants that “somewhere” to be Heaven. His heart overflows with compassion for the lost; and his joy comes from seeing someone recognize Jesus, as Redeemer and Lord. Tony’s own story of brokenness allows him to reach the hearts and minds of those, far from God, and to bring them into a redemptive encounter with Christ.
75% of churchgoers aren’t Christian.
A reaper. A harvest evangelist. Pastors and ministry leaders across the country say that Tony has a unique anointing, to lead masses to salvation. When he preaches, the Holy Spirit moves through him powerfully; and hundreds of thousands have surrendered their hearts to Jesus, in response.
“Tony Nolan has preached for me several times; and over the years, I’ve witnessed how God used him, to reap thousands of souls.”
—Johnny Hunt, senior pastor, First Baptist Church of Woodstock, GA
“Tony Nolan served as our tour-pastor and evangelist. We saw a harvest of more than 46,000 people respond to the Gospel.”
—Mark Hall, lead singer, Casting Crowns
A harvest season is a busy, all-hands-on-deck event, to capture a crop at its peak. God invites us to participate in what His Spirit is accomplishing in the souls and lives of others, all around us, right now.
“Neither he who plants is anything, nor he who waters, but only God who gives the increase.” —Paul (1 Cor. 3:7)