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West Angeles Church North Campus Sanctuary: 3045 Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016

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  • Frank-Werner Unsgaard

    Hi from Norway ! Would the Tribute Concerts and sermons at the Funeral of Andrae Crouch be sent on your televison ?
    Would like to see it but it’s a long way from Norway in Europe…

  • kevin craik

    like wise there are many down under in australia and new zealand would also like to watch the services live…………tell us how that can happen……………Andrae visited austrlia 5 times and i had the privledge of coordinating 3 of those across aust life concert tours including Andrae presenting the first gospel concert in the then new SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE…….that was 41 years ago 1973

  • Jerry Talton

    Pastor Andrae I love u brother,i met u in Kansas City Missouri about 20 years ago,me & my cousin got back stage and got to meet u in person,i never for got u my brother,God be with u and bless u my brother,R.I.P. your borther in christ Jesus and & 1 Fan!!!!!

  • Paula Brickhouse

    Will the memorial service for Andrae Crouch be live streamed on your website? Would love to share in it, but I live in Buffalo, NY.

  • Verlinda

    Thank You!!!!!!!!! I’m So Full with God’s Spirit….Thank you for sharing it online….
    Also thankful to my friend Carmelita Watson who told me about it…

  • Martha Malone

    It was an historical spiritual experience to be a witness to this glorious home going service for Pastor Crouch. Our prayers are with Pastor Sandra and the church family.

  • Ashley

    A Call To Repentance

    “Consecrate a fast, call a sacred assembly; gather the
    elders and all the inhabitants of the land into the house of The Lord your God,
    and cry out to The Lord. Alas for the day! For the day of The Lord is at hand;
    it shall come as destruction from The Almighty.” Joel 1:14-15

    Our nation is in moral decline and it is up to us to do
    something about it. As a Christian we have the very power of calling on the
    name of Jesus Christ and there is no greater power. My request is a simple one.
    I am not asking you to sign petitions, boycott, or write your congressman. What
    I am calling for is repentance, fasting, and prayer. While yes I do believe we
    are in end times and certain things must happen to properly fulfill prophecy, I
    do not believe that we are to sit by and let evil persist. Islam is
    radicalizing the world and the United States sits by and watches for the sake
    of not offending anyone. Knowing now what we do of Hitler and the Nazi’s can we
    really see a group rising up that is as evil, if not more, and not do anything
    about it? On numerous occasions in The Bible God’s people would intercede for
    their nation as well as fast and pray for God’s protection from evil people. In
    the book of Daniel (Chapter 9) and Nehemiah (Chapter 1) both men fasted and
    prayed for the forgiveness of their nation and people, repenting of all of
    their sins. Jesus, when He was dying on The Cross, prays to His Father to
    forgive these evil men for they know not what they do. (Luke 23:34) King David
    as well as others in The Bible would fast and pray for God to protect them from
    evil men. (Psalm35, 1 Samuel 7:6, II Chronicles 20) It is our place to humble
    ourselves and make ourselves lowly before God and to seek His face now more
    than ever. I ask you to help spread this message and gather together as many
    brothers and sisters to join together to petition our Lord God. Make this fast
    for as long as you feel lead to by The Lord. During this time truly seek God,
    cut yourself off from the things of the world that distracts you. No Facebook,
    Pinterest, internet, TV, magazines, cell phones, games etc. Everytime you have
    free time outside of doing what must be done (taking care of children, working,
    showering, light household cleaning, etc.) spend it with God, seek Him, pray, read.
    What God has been asking of me during my fast is to also pray for the
    protection of people that are being deceived by the devil in ISIS. It is easy
    to look at them and think that they are just vile evil people but in reality
    they are just lost sinners who don’t know Jesus. Look at what Saul did to the
    church before he became Paul, a follower of The Christ. The devil is using
    these people for evil but God can use them for even mightier works then him.
    Will you stand in the gap and intercede for their salvation? The ultimate means
    to end ISIS is for the radical Muslims to be converted to Christ. It is only by
    good that evil can be ended not by more evil. I am not opposed to war, it is
    necessary at times but it does not change hearts and minds only a covenant
    relationship with Jesus Christ can do that. Pray for our government, country,
    youth, church leaders, and every brother and sister especially the ones who are
    being persecuted. Pray for what The Lord places on your heart. Pray without
    ceasing.

    “Blow the trumpet in Zion, and sound an alarm in My holy
    mountain! Let all the inhabitants of the land tremble; for the day of The Lord
    is coming, for it is at hand: a day of darkness and gloominess, a day of clouds
    and thick darkness, like the morning clouds spread over the mountains. A people
    come, great and strong, the like of whom has never been; nor will there ever be
    and such after them, even for many successive generations. A fire devours
    before them, and behind them a flame burns; the land is like the Garden of Eden
    before them, and behind them a desolate wilderness; surely nothing shall escape
    them. Their appearance is like the appearance of horses; and like swift steeds,
    so they run. With a noise like chariots over mountaintops they leap, like the
    noise of a flaming fire that devours the stubble, like a strong people set in
    battle array. Before them the people writhe in pain; all faces are drained of
    color. They run like mighty men, they climb the wall like men of war; every one
    marches in formation, and they do not break ranks. They do not push one
    another; every one marches in his own column. Though they lunge between the
    weapons, they are not cut down. They run to and fro in the city, they run on
    the wall; they climb into the houses, they enter at the windows like a thief.
    The earth quakes before them, the heavens tremble; the sun and moon grow dark,
    and the stars diminish their brightness. The Lord gives voice before His army,
    for His camp is very great; for strong is the One who executes His word. For the
    day of the Lord is great and very terrible; who can endure it? “Now,
    therefore,” says The Lord, “Turn to Me with all your heart, with fasting, with
    weeping, and with mourning.” So rend (tear) your hearts, and not your garments;
    return to The Lord your God, for He is gracious and merciful, slow to anger,
    and of great kindness; and He relents from doing harm.” Joel 2:1-13

    Scripture to focus on during your fast: Isaiah 58-59, Romans
    13:11, Joel, Daniel 9-10, Nehemiah 1, Psalm 35, 1 Samuel 7, II Chronicles 20
    Matthew 6:5-18, John 4, Psalm 119, Psalm 100, Romans 12:1-3, Luke 4, I Peter
    2:1-12, Matthew 5:1-14, Psalm 51, Psalm 27, Zechariah 7.