Our heavenly reward is waiting for us . . . more glorious than we can imagine. But Pastor Greg Laurie warns us about the shiny objects of this life that turn our attention away from the Lord. Listen here for a study of how to keep our eyes on the right prize.
Heaven is the finish line for every believer. It's the place we all long to go. But Pastor Greg Laurie says heaven is great motivation for the here and now . . . it compels us onward in the Christian journey.
This life is short, but the afterlife is forever. Pastor Greg Laurie says we should know the details about our eternal home. That's the goal of this message. It's a guided tour of what heaven's like, from the timeless counsel of God's Word.
Unbelievers thought he was a saint . . . believers thought he was a sinner. Pastor Greg Laurie says both descriptions were accurate. He offers fascinating insights about the checkered life of Johnny Cash, a true American Icon.
Johnny Cash was an icon of American music. He was successful on so many levels, but at times his failures became equally well known. Pastor Greg Laurie helps us learn from the fascinating life of "The Man in Black." Listen here for insights based on Pastor Greg's new biography.
Pastor Greg Laurie introduces us to two people: "Rocky" and "Sandy." Sandy builds her house on shifting sand. Rocky builds his house on - you guessed it - solid rock. We'll learn to evaluate our own foundation - our spiritual foundation.
The Gospel saves people from their sins. It's a life-saving message. But when someone doesn't want to hear the Gospel, what then? Pastor Greg Laurie offers insight. It's practical help toward understanding our role in personal evangelism.
There's a particular verse in Scripture that nonbelievers use to shut down a discussion with believers. Do you know what it is? Pastor Greg Laurie reveals it here. Here's a hint: it's in the Sermon on the Mount.
Do you ever worry? Most of us do. Pastor Greg Laurie reminds us that Jesus invites us to hand our cares over to Him. It's practical instruction on how to do that. Listen here for help toward living a worry-free life in a worrisome world
The Lord knows what kinds of temptations we face. He was "in all points tempted as we are" but was without sin. What can we learn from Jesus to face our temptations? Pastor Greg Laurie answers that important question right here. It's a close look at the Sermon on the Mount.
We're surrounded! Every day, there are lures that try to capture our attention and derail our walk with the Lord. Pastor Greg Laurie brings us practical insight on how to avoid the temptations of the enemy. We're studying the Sermon on the Mount.
Jesus said "blessed are the persecuted." That's a puzzling statement. How can persecution be a blessing? Pastor Greg Laurie addresses that right here. We're unraveling the biblical prescription for happiness as revealed in the Sermon on the Mount.
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus began several statements with the words,"Blessed are the. . ." Pastor Greg Laurie says those words contain time-tested insight on where to find happiness. Listen here for a discussion of the biblical prescription for joy.
What are the ingredients for happiness? Is it having friends and strong family ties? Is it in buying some of the finer things in life? Pastor Greg Laurie addresses that question. It's a look at lasting happiness according to God's Word.
Pastor Greg Laurie says God wants us to be happy. But happiness can be so hard to find. Pastor Greg points out we may have been looking in the wrong places. Listen here for a study of The Beatitudes, the Lord's prescription for happiness.
Happiness is a universal pursuit. Our founding fathers talked of "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." But happiness is often elusive. Pastor Greg Laurie helps us find the only kind of happiness that really satisfies. Listen here for a study of the Sermon on the Mount.
Three decades ago, the gates first opened on The Harvest Crusades. And it was a capacity crowd! Pastor Greg Laurie speaks of what's ahead this year with the 30th anniversary celebration of this evangelistic outreach.
While we wait for the Lord's return, we're to be watchful and vigilant. But what does that mean? Pastor Greg Laurie explains. It's his final study in the book of Daniel and a message dedicated to making us ready for the next event on God's prophetic calendar.