It may not be possible to live a problem-free life . . . but Pastor Greg Laurie points out it IS possible to live a worry-free life. How? Find out by listening here! Pastor Greg helps us understand that it's only when we take our eyes off of Jesus that our problems become worries.
Pastor Greg Laurie says, whatever you're going through, God is bigger than your problem. Listen online as we learn how to call out to our God when life's trials have driven us to our knees. Pastor Greg offers "God's Answer to Fear, Anxiety & Worry."
We live in a culture that seems to have lost its way . . . right is wrong and wrong is right. Pastor Greg Laurie points out how to view this mixed-up world through the lens of Scripture. It's important encouragement in the finale to Pastor Greg's series in Romans.
Pastor Greg Laurie says, in spite of living in a time of tremendous prosperity, some are calling this the "hopeless generation." Why is that? Pastor Greg will address that question here. It's a look at where real hope and satisfaction come from.
We know God is our very present help in a time of need. He's dependable. Are we? Pastor Greg Laurie invites us to "Wake up, suit up, and lighten up" as we anticipate the return of Christ. Good encouragement from the book of Romans.
The clock is ticking down to Christmas. But Pastor Greg Laurie reminds us that the clock is also ticking down to the return of Christ. He brings a message encouraging us to be alert and ready . . . yes, even during the Christmas season.
When someone hurts us, should we forgive them. . .or get even? Pastor Greg Laurie shows us that our job is forgiveness . . . vengeance belongs to the Lord. We're charting a path toward a more peaceful life through forgiveness.
The Bible encourages us to "bless those who persecute us." A challenge to be sure. But Pastor Greg Laurie helps us follow the example of Jesus and remember that our higher calling is to represent heaven's interests not our own.
God's Word compels us to love others. But what if we don't feel loving toward someone? Pastor Greg Laurie addresses that here. It's a look at how to act appropriately while allowing our feelings to catch up. Listen online for important insights from the book of Romans.
Are you known as a person who loves others? Pastor Greg Laurie says that's the mark of a committed believer. He'll layout a pathway to help us reach that goal. It's encouraging insight from the book of Romans.
The Church thrives on believers putting their spiritual gifts to work. Trouble is, in many churches those gifts AREN'T put to work, and the believers don't even know what gifts they have! Pastor Greg Laurie helps us discover our gifts then put them into action!
God has given spiritual gifts to His children so they can carry out the work He has for them to do. Pastor Greg Laurie points out that if we're not using our gifts, we're not properly equipped to serve the Lord to the best of our ability.
Pastor Greg Laurie says, when we're walking in God's will, there's joy . . . and when we're not, there's misery. He helps us with the key question: how can we know the will of God? Listen here and gain some practical insight.
Pastor Greg Laurie says when a Christian walks with God, it should be the most attractive thing ever for a non-believer. He points out how we can share the joy we have with other people, and extend the great and precious promises the Lord makes available.
Pastor Greg Laurie says God extends literally thousands of promises to us, but we rarely claim them. It's like that gift card that's been sitting in your desk drawer since LAST Christmas. He shows how those promises will further God's Kingdom, and our joy!
Those who've shared their faith know that it can be exhilarating! We're sharing the Good News of life eternal in heaven, and life more abundant on earth. Pastor Greg Laurie points out how we can enjoy this spring in our step!
Pastor Greg Laurie says, before we share our testimony, before we give reasons for faith, before we engage in personal evangelism, we need to pray! He lays out a practical plan for reaching people most effectively with the hope of Jesus Christ.
Most of us know that God's plans for our lives are better than our plans for our lives. But Pastor Greg Laurie warns us that we can sabotage those plans if we're resistant. Pastor Greg points out how to trust the all-knowing mind of God in spite of what our lives look like right now.