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Lost Boy trailer

April 26th, 2008 Posted in lost boy, sermons

Hey everyone!

As you know, I am sharing my life story this Sunday night at Harvest at 6:00 P.M. We will also be showing a clip from the documentary film about my life, Lost Boy.

Here is a trailer for it. Check it out and let me know what you think!

Greg

14 Responses to “Lost Boy trailer”

  1. Kathy says:

    Hi there, Pastor Greg.

    I love what you’re doing. Keep up the good work.

  2. Dave and Karen says:

    We reside in Apex, NC. We were honored and excited to serve with many other brothers and sisters in Christ at the Harvest Crusade in Raleigh, about a year ago or less. What a tremendous blessing it was from beginning to end we love our family in Christ so much and we love you and appreciate the work and service in Christ for the lost and edification of the body of Christ. We look forward to seeing the film and sharing it with as many as possible. I do not say this lightly, (as I know you are already doing) But I invite all the brothers and sisters out there to fast and pray for the doors Physically and spiritually be opened to this film and the message God would Bless and multiply over and over again in many other “Lost” Boys and Girls. Lord we Pray for many “Devine Appointments”, scheduled soverengly by you.

  3. Diane says:

    Pastor Greg–
    Couldn’t be there in person Sunday night, so watched you tell your story live online. Looking forward to the book and film. I already have a list of who needs to get a copy of the book. Thanks for sharing your life story–the Lord will use it to touch many lives!
    Diane

  4. Robert says:

    Pastor Greg,

    Sunday night was nothing short of inspiring. I have a small e-ministry and last Thursday I gave an invitation for any who wanted to receive Jesus, I got no response from the small group (hopefully that meant that all of them were already saved) then Sunday My daughter and her little sister both went forward and gave their lives to Jesus!
    Praise God!
    Thank you for your faithful ministry.

    Bob

  5. Anne says:

    Thank you for sharing that trailer with us.

  6. Nick says:

    Just got home a bit ago from Day 7. Great message tonight, it really made me examine my life and testimony I have. I got a second chance at life, literally! From listening to your life story it made me think a lot, and I feel that I need to get my testimony out there. Even though people may not be able to directly relate to my story; like you said people shouldn’t blame their past for the situation they’re in. But before I try to do anything I’m going to pray about it, so God shows me how he want’s me to do this. Anyway, thank you for laying everything out in a way all of us can relate to. Your style of teaching is awesome, take care and God Bless.

    -Nick

  7. Kike says:

    it´s cool!!! i want to see in tonight.

    I´m, from Cuernavaca, Mor. Mexico, and i have been in “festival de vida” serving with James Foote, and we was serving closly (near, close) to Mike MacIntosh team when they went to mexico, i admire the corage to serve our God in the ways that u and mike are serving Him.

    I enjoy your style, teachings, and the way our Father use u.

    Blessings to u, your family, and the ministerie that God gave u to manage.

    (sorry about the english haha)

    Kike Torres

  8. Don says:

    Greg:

    Keeping it real, even people from small towns with Ozzie and Harriet childhoods devoid of trauma were equally lost in many ways coming out of the 60’s. I’m raising my hand here as one of those. Thank you Greg for sharing your testimony simultaneously framing it for the rest of us from God’s perspective. We’re all lost until we accept Christ. My question is this. You clearly point out the specific time frame God intervened in your life for salvation. Reflecting upon your walk with God, is there a moment that was just as significant revealing his plan for you to be Greg Laurie the Evangelist?

  9. Emma says:

    hello, Greg

    the trialer ,so wonderful and the
    most wonderful to know story like your ,that give us more power and much of hope ,
    and the most important thing that makes our faith stronger than before..when we see or,know about how are Jesus saved another life,cuz we are see alive evidence for his power and his love too.

    ps : every day I visit your blogg,it is very nice.

    Blessings in Christ,

    Emma

  10. Jessica says:

    It’s a great trailer! I look forward to seeing the movie. too bad I’m not local and can’t come watch the preview at Harvest.

    PS…I’m new to your blog, I stumbled upon it when I heard about a free mp3 download at Harvest’s website, and I’m glad I did, because I’d kind of forgotten that back when I first started going to church, about four years ago now, and when I wasn’t saved yet, one of my friends lended me a book you wrote about Jesus, and it explained who he was so simply and easy to understand, not so many big funny theological words that I didn’t understand like were in that bible that I had at that time. Thanks a lot! Jesus Christ really transformed my life in so many ways, and your book was one of the things God used to reach me.

  11. patsy says:

    As Harvest always does, the quality is 1st class and intriguing!

  12. Noël says:

    Hey Greg,
    I haven’t really checked your blog before , but today, due some sharing with a friend about the days known as the Jesus Movement, I decided to check it out. You probably don’t remember me from Harbor High, but that is where and back when I came to the Lord and am thrilled to say still walking with Him.I also went to Bethesda Fellowship if that rings a bell.
    Do you recall the poster/ mural that you did for the senior banquet awards- and that a bunch of us helped paint? I have a drawing that you gave me from then- because we share the same b-day.

    I won’t be able to make the event this Sunday as I have another event to make, but will check out the video trailer sometime soon. May the Lord be the one to receive the glory!

    We have a song we sing at my church:
    ” I was lost but Jesus found me
    Found a sheep that went astray
    Put His loving arms around me
    Brought me back into His way”

    Praise God that He SEEKS us – even before we seek Him.

    God bless,
    Noël

  13. Liz says:

    Think its great to see what God can do with a life totally surrendered to Him.

  14. levi says:

    Super fresh.

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