The early church turned their world upside down with their commitment to sharing the gospel. In his latest message, Better Together, Greg shares valuable insights from the Book of Acts on how we too can reach the world.
Can you imagine being surrounded by the freshest produce, in the best kitchen but not knowing how to prepare a meal? For many Christians, that’s exactly what reading the Bible feels like. We just don’t know how to utilise it effectively.
God smiles when Christians strive to be holy and Christlike. However, the true celebration in heaven begins each time a person who is distant from God draws close to Him.
As Christians, relationships hold a lot of value for us. Often we only get one chance to make things work, and if things don’t go to plan we can be left feeling abandoned and rejected.
Dressing up on the street to act out something that connects people to the message of the gospel is an interesting idea, and Titanic Evangelism does just that.
Many of us are familiar with the term ‘woke’. It’s also sometimes referred to as ‘wokeism’ or ‘wokery’. It’s easy to recognize, but much harder to define.
People won’t be interested in hearing about Jesus if they don’t know they need him. Jesus showed the importance of linking need with the gospel.
If we have a belief, it should impact the way we live. Pastor Greg Laurie asks do we truly believe it if it has no effect on us?
Free will and expectation often lead to conflicts in Christian homes, particularly in regard to Pastor’s Kids. Often a source of criticism for ministry parents is not upholding the typical roles or parental duties.
After the tragic loss of their daughter in 2013, Aidan and Renee Lamberth launched ‘The Scarlett May Foundation’, a not for profit that supports families with critically ill children.
Pastor Greg Laurie says the gospel is a life or death message that must be delivered. It’s even more important than the cure for cancer.
It’s easy to be a Christ follower when nothing is on the line. But when trouble comes, the reality of who we truly are emerges.
Christians can learn to conquer stress by turning to God daily. Praying and spending time reading God’s Word will strengthen you.