Single mode surface emitting lasers with photonic crystal nanocavities integrated with electrically driven strained quantum well laser diodes are demonstrated. The photonic crystal serves as an end mirror for the laser cavity, while the nanocavities serve as wavelength selective high Q surface emitters. The laser emission from the nanocavities had excellent temperature stability. The wavelength shift versus temperature was about five times better than that of regular quantum well lasers. Dual wavelength emission from two side by side slightly different cavities was also demonstrated. Laser emission with two wavelengths of Δλ=0.8nm was obtained.