Walking in the Will of God

One of the things that amazes me as the years march on is how quickly time seems to be passing now. When I was a kid, it seemed like life passed so slowly, especially when I was in elementary school. I couldn’t wait to become a teenager. I thought, “That’s it. That is when it happens.” Now I can remember decades more easily than I can remember individual years. Time just seems to go by so rapidly. When Billy Graham . . . read more ›

Here’s the Official Press Release for SoCal Harvest ’17

IRVINE, Calif. — Pastor and Evangelist Greg Laurie kicked-off SoCal Harvest 2017 by sharing his vision for the upcoming evangelistic crusade with hundreds of pastors, church leaders, parachurch organizations and business leaders from across the state. Held at Angel Stadium’s Diamond Club, the gathering marked the official inauguration of SoCal Harvest 2017, which will take place this August 18-20 at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California. “Yesterday’s meeting is where this massive undertaking called SoCal Harvest, truly begins,” said Pastor Greg . . . read more ›

Famous Last Words: What Jesus’ Words in Death Reveal About His Life

For every person, there will come a last meal, a last breath, and of course a last statement. In many ways, what we say in the end can be an insight into what we were in life, what we stood for, lived for. Sometimes people don’t know that they are uttering their last words. Michael Jackson, leaving practice for his “This Is It” concert, said, “This is it. . . . This really is it!” Sadly, he died shortly after . . . read more ›

How to be a World Changer

Noah was a rebel. He went against the grain. And he is also misunderstood. Movies have been made about him, including “Evan Almighty,” in which Steve Carell played Noah for laughs. Then there was the film “Noah” starring Russell Crowe. There were moments in the film that I thought were pretty good. But there were other scenes that were nothing close to the biblical account, like the one in which rock monsters helped Noah build the ark or when Noah . . . read more ›

Forgiven People should be Forgiving People.

A Sunday School teacher was talking to her class about forgiveness. She asked her students what a person needs to do to receive forgiveness from God. There was a moment of silence, and then a little boy raised his hand and said, “You have to sin.” That is true. You have to sin. And all of us qualify. We sin more often than we realize. So yes, we have to ask God to forgive us. Most Christians understand that God . . . read more ›