Posted by: Apostolic Oneness Pentecostals | July 28, 2008

Son Of Popular Evangelist Greg Laurie Dies In Tragic Auto Accident

Son Of Popular Evangelist Greg Laurie Dies In Tragic Auto Accident

 

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Christopher Laurie, the son of Harvest Christian Fellowship leader Greg Laurie, died on Thursday in an auto accident in Riverside County. The accident occurred around 9 a.m. in Corona.

Laurie’s station wagon collided with a  truck involved in roadwork in the carpool lane. Authorities are still piecing together exactly how the accident occurred.

Laurie, 33, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Chris Laurie served as the art director at Harvest Christian Fellowship, sponsor of the popular Harvest Crusade, for the last three years. He is survived by his parents; his wife, Brittany, and daughter, Stella; and his brother, Jonathan.

Chris’ father, Greg Laurie, is a popular evangelist who has written several books and is known both for his television appearances and his large “Harvest Crusade” outreach festivals.

According to church officials, Christopher Laurie was expecting another daughter in November.

Memorial plans for Christopher are pending. More information will be posted to the Harvest website as details become available.

In lieu of flowers, Harvest Christian Fellowship has established the Christopher Laurie Memorial Fund in memory of our friend, co-worker, family member, and brother in Christ. Proceeds from the fund will go to Brittany Laurie, Stella Laurie, and the soon-to-be daughter in order to assist them financially.

To make a donation to the Christopher Laurie Memorial Fund, you may make a credit card donation by clicking here. You can also make out a check to Harvest Christian Fellowship with the notation “Christopher Laurie Memorial Fund” on the memo line. Please note that the Internal Revenue Service has determined that gifts designated to an individual or family are not tax deductible.

Thank you for your thoughts and prayers at this difficult time, and thank you for honoring the memory of Christopher Laurie.


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