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The first Lost Boy review!

May 22nd, 2008 Posted in lost boy, Lost Boy Blog, stella

Levi and Greg

Here is an advance review of Lost Boy from my friend, Levi Lusko (www.levilusko.com). Levi is the pastor of Fresh Life Church in Montana.

Greg let me have a sneak peek at the whole book, Lost Boy, before its release and it was truly epic!

It was unfair, though. I got it on a Saturday while preparing my Sunday morning sermon and I thought, “I will just read a few pages and finish it later.” Nice idea. Before I knew it, I was halfway through the book and I was behind on my message.

The rest of Lost Boy was just as riveting. It moved at a great clip and never bogged down.

Having had the pleasure of actually knowing Greg Laurie as a friend and mentor, I can say that Lost Boy truly allows you to see who he really is. It’s not just a diligent chronicling of his history so much as a rollercoaster ride that enables you to see and feel who he really is as his story races by. It’s kind of like a biography on Red Bull!

One thing’s for sure, this book will show you that the singular passion in Greg’s life is to know God and make Him known. In Lost Boy, Greg expresses his deep respect for Billy Graham and how highly he esteems him. Greg has been someone that I have looked up to in that way. As a pastor and as an evangelist and as a person, he is someone whose footsteps I want to follow, and I know I that I am not alone.

For the thousands who have been impacted by Greg’s ministry, Lost Boy will be an opportunity to see “behind the scenes” in his life and get to know the man behind the pulpit.

3 Responses to “The first Lost Boy review!”

  1. Veronica says:

    Levi inspires me, listening to him reassures me we are in good hands for our future. When he teaches, he brings the Word of God to life. Me and my husband are still reeling on his last message “This is going to hurt”.

    Can we clone him?

  2. Todd says:

    I am blessed to attend Fresh Life Church in Kalispell and to have Levi as my Pastor. I spent many years listening to you on the radio. I feel really spoiled being able to listen to Levi weekly. He has inspired me and many others beyond words. I am looking forward to reading your book and seeing the movie as well. Have a wonderful week and I know your story will touch many lives!

  3. Debbie says:

    Can we keep Levi and his wife and kids? They are small, they won’t take up much room!

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