Ché & sue Ahn
We are advancing the Kingdom of God through His love and His power as we bring people closer to Jesus and help them fulfill their God-given destinies. At HRock Church we foster a family-oriented community where we can enjoy the abundance that God has for us in every area of life.
1979Ché and Sue Roxas get marrried.
1982Ché receives a dream to come to LA for a great harvest and revival.
1984April: The Ahns move to LA, believing for the harvest.
- Prayer meetings begin in Ché & Sue’s home.
- Around 30 people show up the first night. By the third week, their house is packed with more than 72 people coming to pray.
- The following week they rent a friend’s church building, and more than 300 people appear!
- Harvest Rock Church officially launches the week after on April 4, 1994.
1995January: Renewal meetings start with John Arnott at Mott Auditorium. 2,000 people show up.
April: Harvest Rock Church moves to Mott Auditorium. Continuing to host protracted meetings five nights per week. Nightly meetings continue until 1998! By the close of the year, HRC merges with three other congregations with distinct backgrounds, demonstrating unity in revival.
1996June: Lou Engle starts a 24/7 house of prayer at Mott Auditorium
October: Harvest International Ministry (HIM) is birthed – HRC joins with 14 other churches to form this apostolic network centered on the goal of working together to plant churches around the world.
2000Sept 2: TheCall is birthed with the inaugural event on The Mall in Washington D.C. Over 400,000 people gather to fast and pray.
2004June: On Father’s Day, Harvest Rock moves to Ambassador Auditorium.
2005April: Revival Alliance is formed. Based on a prophetic word, this kingdom network emerges, connecting six anointed couples: Bill & Beni Johnson, John & Carol Arnott, Randy & Deanne Clark, Rolland & Heidi Baker, Georgian & Winnie Banov and Ché & Sue Ahn.
2010January: Harvest Rock Church changes its name to HRock Church.
June: Dr. Peter Wagner hands the International Chancellorship of WLI to Ché Ahn.