Evangelist Greg Laurie's SoCal Harvest 2016 event was attended by 105,000 people who gathered at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, this weekend.
The mass event drew an audience of 161,230 people both in person and online, according to the Harvest ministry website. The event featured webcasts for all three nights.
During this weekend alone, 11,994 people came to Jesus, organizers say. Since the annual event started in 1990, it saw a combined attendance of over 5.6 million, where some 476,000 made confessions of faith.
The Harvest gathering was designed for people from all walks of life, and featured Christian singers like Phil Wickham, TobyMac, Skillet, For King & Country, KB (Kevin Burgess), and Hollyn (Holly Miller).
There were "different genres and slightly different vibes," Scot Camden, Harvest Crusades communications director told The Christian Post. "We are just trying to make sure that there is something for everyone and people can leverage that opportunity and invite a lot of people to attend."
The 27th annual SoCal Harvest gave Christians an opportunity to invite their unsaved friends and family to hear God's word, and give their lives over to Christ.
On each of the nights, Laurie spoke for 35 minutes on the issues of the meaning of life, life after death, and other questions.
"Everyone needs Jesus -- from the highest of highs to the lowest of lows, every man, woman, boy and girl," said Laurie. "You can come to Him and be forgiven of your sin. You're either going to say yes or no, but are you willing to bet all of eternity on it?"
"I'm just the delivery boy, I'm just here to get the Good News out. But it's up to you to decide what to do with it," Laurie continued. "Jesus loves you and he said follow me -- that's the choice. You can walk out of Angels' Stadium with all of your sin in the rear-view mirror."
The outreach also included a youth tailgate party, where students and young adults helped those in need by bringing canned goods for Fred Jordan Missions.
On Sunday night, actor and director Mel Gibson spoke to Laurie about faith in his movies at the event. Regarding his new film focusing resurrection of Christ, he said, "I made the ultimate super hero film in The Passion of the Christ. Real super heroes don't wear spandex or have special 3-D effects, they do something super human."
SoCal Harvest began as a one-time event in 1990 but grew to become large-scale events across the country.
Just six months ago, Laurie also held a crusade in Dallas, which was attended by about 350,000 people according to Fontana Herald News.