The heart of Christmas isn’t in our to-do lists; it’s in the incredible fact that Christ entered our world, changing everything.
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?
We’ve all had those unfortunate moments when we’ve said something we shouldn’t have. It’s a regrettable mistake. But there are also times when we should have seen something and we didn’t. There’s a lot more to this issue than just good manners.
Jesus saved his most scathing words for hypocrites. The Lord is looking for honesty. He’s looking for those with pure hearts. God knows exactly who we really are. In fact, He knows us better than we know ourselves.
If you were to be summed up in one word, what would it be? Critical? Cranky? Are you known for being negative? As Christians, we should all want to be known as encouragers. It’s important that we are people who see the potential in others and cheer them on.
‘This new film shows the emptiness of pursuing notoriety and forgetting about God in the process.”
Everybody needs to hear the Gospel. Some people think that Jesus is only for those of us who can’t get through life on their own. But the more important fact is, Jesus is for those of us who can’t get to heaven on their own, and we are all in that category.
“It’s a very special place, the people are so friendly with open arms for everyone.”
Pastor Greg Laurie amazed after elderly man watches ‘Jesus Revolution’ and accepts Jesus into his life.
“The Awakening in Louisiana has truly been life-changing.”
Pastor Greg Laurie encourages us to seek our guidance and direction from the One who is greater than any voice or opinion of man – our wonderful counsellor and mighty God.
Joel Courtney who plays a young Greg Laurie in the movie Jesus Revolution joined the V180 team to talk about his role in the movie. Jesus Revolution is based on Pastor Greg Laurie’s life as a young hippie living in a trailer park with his alcoholic mother.
As a prolific author, one of Greg Laurie’s best sellers has been his autobiographical story of the Jesus Revolution in the late 1960s and how he was swept up in this revival.
Nothing is more vital for our children than having both a mum and a dad by their side. As parents, we have a God-given purpose that cannot be taken lightly – to lead our children to Jesus Christ.
“God showed up in extraordinary ways. Movies don’t get made without miracles,”
Was there a time in your Christian life when your passion for Christ was stronger? A time when you read God’s word more faithfully? Were you more involved in church than you are now? Did you share the gospel more? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, you may need a revival.
Is your Christian faith, a secret? Does everyone around you know you’re a believer? Pastor Greg Laurie says that this is an important question we need to ask ourselves. We should make our stand for Christ publicly, because Jesus said, If you’ll stand up for me, I’ll stand up for you.
“It was a spontaneous intervention of the Holy Spirit into a generation that was lost and searching.”
The Christian life isn’t all rainbows and butterflies, and we shouldn’t promise that kind of life in our presentation of the Gospel.
“We need another Jesus Revolution and I believe we will see one in our lifetime.”
“We need another Jesus Revolution, and I believe we will see one in our lifetime.”
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.
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.
The decisions you make will impact your life. Make decisions that will reap benefits… because you will eventually reap what you sow.
When we take a stand for the Lord on principle, even non-Christians are impressed. Pastor Greg Laurie believes we will never go wrong if scripture is our guide.