Unfortunately, some believers live in a bubble. They try to isolate themselves from unbelievers. But how can we reach unbelievers if we're never near them? Pastor Greg Laurie points out it's our job to build a bridge to those who need Christ.
Pastor Greg Laurie warns us of "The Esau Syndrome." He warns us not to trade God's eternal gift in order to satisfy a short-term appetite. Discover how the temptation of the "now" can affect the "hereafter."
Pastor Greg Laurie says the condition of our hearts determines if we'll be receptive to the Gospel. A cold heart may reject the message whereas a warm, receptive heart may be eager to embrace the Good News. Pastor Greg Laurie helps us make sure our hearts are receptive to the Truth.
What is the "Unforgivable Sin"? What's the one sin for which there's no forgiveness? It's an unsettling issue but Pastor Greg Laurie puts our minds at ease. Discover the biblical truth about the unforgivable sin right here.
It's been said, "Into each life some rain must fall." That's putting it mildly. How do we handle it when our lives are caught in a storm of crisis and upheaval? Pastor Greg Laurie says turn to the Lord. We'll see a case study of some frightened disciples on a boat in a storm-tossed sea.
When the fierce storm came up on the sea, the disciples were panicked . . . and the Lord was. . .asleep! A clear contrast in their level of concern! Pastor Greg Laurie takes us to that moment and how we, too, can have calm in the midst of life's tempests. It's a message from Pastor Greg's series "God Came Near."
When we're caught in one of the storms of life, where's our anchor? How do we reach our lifeline? Pastor Greg Laurie points out the hope we can find in the Lord. He'll be with us in the midst of the storm. Get firm encouragement to hold you steady.
Although our salvation was paid for by Christ, our heavenly reward will be determined by our faithfulness in serving God. Are you using your time, treasure and talent for the Lord? Pastor Greg Laurie addresses that here. It's a look at what happens beyond the grave. Listen online and get the insight you need.
We all have questions about what lies just beyond this life. Pastor Greg Laurie addresses those puzzling issues with answers straight from the pages of God's Word. Listen here to get your questions answered.
After we die, we all make it through to the afterlife. But do we know where we're going after that? Pastor Greg Laurie answers some of the common questions about eternity, including the most important: how do we make sure we're going to heaven?
If God could radically change someone's life - from darkness to light - they'd jump at the opportunity, right? Pastor Greg Laurie says, "Not necessarily." Pastor Greg explains how God CAN change a life IF the life wants to be changed.
Will God's plan work in our lives? Pastor Greg Laurie says it depends. It depends on one thing: whether you're willing to cooperate with His plan! Pastor Greg poses a pivotal question: "Do You Want to Change Your Life?" Listen here for important counsel.
Many SAY they follow Jesus, but their actions betray their words. Pastor Greg Laurie wants to know if Jesus would consider us His followers. It's a provocative lesson on what it means to be a disciple in our generation. Listen online for good insight.
What does it mean to follow Jesus in the 21st Century? Pastor Greg Laurie says we find the best answer in how a certain man responded to Jesus in the 1st Century. We'll see the sudden resolve of a tax collector who left everything to follow Jesus.
Jesus invites us to be His "followers." But what does that mean? Pastor Greg Laurie brings us a great case study to answer the question. We'll consider the example of a man who left everything to follow Christ instantly. Who was it?
The Gospel is such an important message, we should be using all the tools available to spread the word! Pastor Greg Laurie warns that innovation may provoke criticism, but effective evangelism points to eternal life! Listen here for encouragement.
When it comes to personal evangelism, Pastor Greg Laurie says don't let sin derail your testimony, and don't let obstacles and excuses block your path. It's an important study of the role we play in inviting people into God's Kingdom.
Pastor Greg Laurie brings important perspective on the danger of sin. He points out how it can start small, but it inevitably gets bigger. A small diversion in our walk of faith can eventually lead to disaster. Listen here for helpful encouragement.
Would you like to be used by God? Pastor Greg Laurie points out there are often people who cross our path who are just waiting to be shown hope . . . the hope they can find in the Gospel. Listen here and get some help in using your personal testimony effectively in sharing your faith.
When some people share their testimony, they seem to relish in their old, worldly exploits. Pastor Greg Laurie says, "Don't be known for who you were; be known for who you are in Christ." It's helpful insight on sharing our personal story.