Our good friends, those we spend time with, are the people who make us feel comfortable. Pastor Greg Laurie wants to know if the Lord would be comfortable spending time with you. It's an intriguing question: is Jesus at home in your heart?
When we've suffered deep pain, we're uniquely equipped to help others who are suffering similar pain. And Pastor Greg Laurie says we should do that; we shouldn't waste our pain. Listen here for good counsel on being used by God in tangible ways.
Every believer has been given the responsibility and privilege of sharing the Good News with others. And Pastor Greg Laurie offers some help! He'll highlight his upcoming event called HARVEST AMERICA, and how he'll share the Gospel with your friend or loved one during that one-night, nationwide event. Learn more here.
Hope is an emotional life preserver. Without hope, life is meaningless. Pastor Greg Laurie shows us where to find hope - real hope -- from his encouraging study series in Ephesians. Listen here for biblical reassurance.
How can one group reconcile with another? Pastor Greg Laurie says, unless the Lord is involved in the reconciliation, it's doomed to failure. He outlines the steps to harmony in his message "Tear Down This Wall." Listen here for good insight.
We know we can't work our way to heaven. Jesus has already paid the price. So are good works useless? Pastor Greg Laurie says, "No!" He'll bring us a balanced look at Christian service from an enlightening series in the book of Ephesians.
When God sees you, He sees your potential. He looks past your shortcomings, and sees what He can do through you. Pastor Greg Laurie helps us learn to adopt the Lord's perspective and make ourselves available for His service.
God's Word tells us we're "fearfully and wonderfully made." You're remarkable! Pastor Greg Laurie points out the marvelous way God made us. And we'll look beyond our mortal bodies to the spiritual side of who we are. Listen online for eye-opening insights.
Spiritual defeat might be a momentary event, but it shouldn't be a long-term lifestyle. Pastor Greg Laurie says believers have everything they need for spiritual victory. He helps us put our tools to work in living a victorious life.
The worldly culture is all around us. We can't get beyond it . . . but we can rise above it! Pastor Greg Laurie helps us see how we can resist the lure of culture, and cling to the Lord of Creation. Listen here for important encouragement.
The first step in having our sins forgiven is realizing that we sin. But it's all too easy to think our sin is someone else's fault. Pastor Greg Laurie helps us turn over a new leaf. We'll see once we've accepted responsibility, we can accept the forgiveness God offers.
Would your favorite movie star take your call? How about the President? Well, God not only hears us when we call, the Bible says he accepts us! Pastor Greg Laurie uncovers the full scope of what that means. Listen here for good reassurance.
Why do we exist? Pastor Greg Laurie points out that we exist to bring glory to God. He explains that when we live in harmony with our purpose, we'll live in possession of the blessings God wants for us. Listen here for an encouraging study in Ephesians.
Because of the sacrifice of Jesus at Calvary, we're accepted by God. We're not just forgiven and justified, we're accepted. Pastor Greg Laurie points out how we're loved and approved by God, and what a liberating truth that is! Listen here for the encouragement.
God chose you before the world began! He chose you before you chose Him. That brings up some interesting questions, and Pastor Greg Laurie tackles them here. It's a look at the foreknowledge and grace of God; part of Pastor Greg's studies in Ephesians.
It seems some believers have a lack of spiritual power in their lives. And they suffer and stagnate as a result. Pastor Greg Laurie points out that the Lord makes available unlimited power and resources . . . we just need to access them. Find out how.
How can believers bring a positive change to our world? Pastor Greg Laurie says we can be living examples of what a Christian looks like. Pastor Greg points out how our humility and unity can be a shining example to a culture that's lost its way.
No one preached the Gospel to more people than Billy Graham. Pastor Greg Laurie celebrates the life of this honorable man of God. Listen here for memories of Billy Graham's life and ministry, and hear an excerpt from a sermon preached in New York's Central Park.
Prayer is our direct line to God . . . and He wants us to use it. But did you know Jesus prayed to God on OUR behalf? Pastor Greg Laurie examines the Lord's prayer - but not the one we typically memorize. It's a look at the Lord's prayer for us.