# 1 with a Bullitt!

This spring they actually found it. Steve McQueen’s iconic 1968 Ford Mustang GT. Only traces of its original highland green paint job remained as it had sat unnoticed in a backyard in Mexico for years. Collectors had been searching for it for decades. Of course, this is not just any old ’68 Stang. This was one of the original cars used in the classic Steve McQueen film Bullitt, a film that defined “cool” for a generation of Americans. Now, I . . . read more ›

Christ, Not Karma

Have you ever been insulted? Have you have been taken advantage of or hurt by someone else? Has someone ever wished you ill? If not, I’m wondering whether you’re human. The Bible tells the story of a man named Joseph who faced all that and was able to actually extend forgiveness to those who had wronged him. What a unique thought that is in the times in which we are living. In our uptight and angry culture of road rage, . . . read more ›

Happy Father’s Day

In my opinion, a godly father is nothing short of a hero. But by and large, they are undervalued and unappreciated for the epic influence they have on family, society, and the church. For Father’s Day, I wanted to share a new e-book with you that I’ve written on this topic. It’s called Unsung Hero. And to all of those great Christian dads out there who are running the race and keeping the faith, let me say on behalf of . . . read more ›

I’m happy to announce a new partnership with the SBC, focused on bringing the Good News to our country and the world!

GREG LAURIE AND HARVEST CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP TO JOIN THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Greg Laurie, founding pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California, has announced that Harvest Christian Fellowship will join the Southern Baptist Convention: “Nearly two thousand years ago, Jesus told his disciples to take the Good News of the gospel to the entire world. I believe we are the first generation that can actually accomplish that task. Because of today’s technology, we have more opportunities . . . read more ›

Even ‘Good Things’ can be Idols.

As the result of a diving accident left her a quadriplegic at age 17, my friend Joni Eareckson Tada has spent the last five decades in a wheelchair. Yet she wrote these amazing words about her tragedy: “My wheelchair was the key to seeing all this happen – especially since God’s power always shows up best in weakness. So here I sit … glad that I have not been healed on the outside, but glad that I have been healed . . . read more ›