Anaheim Harvest

Hey all! Just a note to say "thank you" to those who supported us and attended this year's Anaheim Harvest with Greg Laurie at Angel Stadium. Thought you might want to see a photo of the band & me...(I'm on the far right). There were 47,000 in attendance and about 4500 people came forward in the gospel invitation, making public their decisions to follow Messiah, Yeshua!! Totally awesome. :) Check out the video of our performance: www.harvest.org Click on CRUSADE, then ARCHIVE for Sunday night. Ours are the first three songs of the night...as well as the invitation songs at the end of the night. Check out Greg's message too. Who knows? Perhaps you will decide to follow Yeshua, as well. I did.

SHABBAT SHALOM Video Completed!!


Hey all!

Click on the link to view my new VIDEO: SHABBAT SHALOM

Blessings.

Steve Wiggins

New Video!!



Just finishing-up a new music video for my song, Shabbat Shalom! Thought you might like to see a couple pics. :)

EILAT, ISRAEL (Red Sea)


Hey all!

Yup, that's me at the RED SEA! I tried to part the waters, but could not muster the 600,000 Hebrews required to complete the task. I could only convince 37 to stand behind me and yell, "Pharaoh's coming!!" I will try again next year...

Blessings!

Steve Wiggins

TOY DRIVE/HARLEY RIDE With Greg Laurie



This past Sunday, I led music, in support of Greg Laurie's gospel presentation at the Fred Jordan Mission's annual RIDE FOR HOPE. The DOWNTOWN LA gathering attracted thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts...and literally hundreds of unsaved "outlaw" bikers who put aside their differences for a moment in order to contribute toys to impoverished children.

Blessings!

Steve Wiggins


Hanukkah (Night #8)

A NEW BEGINNING

“…if anyone is in Messiah, he is a new creation…”

READ: 2 Corinthians 5:12-21

Though the grace of God, endings are always beginnings for believers. The end of sin is the beginning of righteousness…the end of guilt is the beginning of freedom…the end of fear is the beginning of love. Jesus asks us to let our lives end – to lay to rest our will to do what we want – so that His will can begin anew within us. In exchange, He promises an ultimate end to all that has meant frustration and fear and dissatisfaction…and a new birth of hope, of faith, of love in our hearts.

AS YOU PRAY TONIGHT…in the glow of all the candles of Hanukkah, dedicate yourself anew to Jesus. Place in His scarred hands the joys and troubles and memories of the past – and let Him give you the promise and the possibilities, and the power of His presence in the new days ahead.

From: Devotions for Hanukkah, by Dr. Ben Alpert

Blessings.


Steve Wiggins