Ever been stumped by a difficult question about the faith? It's an uncomfortable feeling being caught unprepared. Pastor Greg Laurie and Bible scholar, Don Stewart, discuss some of the big questions of life. Listen here and get solid answers.
Few of us have problem-free lives. Are you facing some tough challenges right now? Pastor Greg Laurie helps us find the hope that comes from following God wholeheartedly. It's great reassurance for the storms of life.
Tune in for one of the most personal messages Pastor Greg Laurie has ever delivered. It's a message of hope for those who've lost loved ones. He speaks of the pain he and his family faced with the loss of his son. It's important perspective for all of us, no matter what kind of pain we feel.
So many believe that "good people go to heaven." Pastor Greg Laurie says there's just one problem. It's not true. Pastor Greg points out that we're all sinners. He says good people don't go to heaven, FORGIVEN people do. Get the whole story right here.
It's a word often avoided in polite company, but it represents a truth that can't be avoided. Pastor Greg Laurie reacquaints us with the reality of hell. It's a candid discussion of the judgment that awaits unbelievers. Important insight right here.
Each of us faces trials and challenges in life. Some of us more than others. Pastor Greg Laurie interviews author and speaker Joni Eareckson Tada about her positive attitude in spite of severe suffering. Listen online to discover what we each can learn from her pain.
How do we know we're currently living in the Last Days? What is the Rapture. . .and how does it differ from the Millennium? Those are some of the questions answered here. Pastor Greg Laurie discusses these big issues with Bible scholar, Don Stewart.
Why does God allow the tough challenges we face in life? It's a perplexing question. And Pastor Greg Laurie discusses that issue with Joni Eareckson Tada. A quadriplegic for nearly 50 years, Joni has unique encouragement about joy in the midst of pain.
God comforts us in our trials. Why? So we can feel better and go back to life as usual? No. Pastor Greg Laurie says God comforts us so we can then comfort someone else. Listen online and find out how to be a comfort "receiver" and a comfort "distributor."
Pastor Greg Laurie says, when trials come, we get to put our faith to work . . . and we get to show the world that our faith works! Get some practical insight on the times of challenge you face and how God is using them for good in your life.
It's a question that's been asked countless times: why does God allow us to go through trials? Is there even an answer? Pastor Greg Laurie says, yes there is! Get insight on the purpose behind the trials we all face, and strength to go through them.
Pastor Greg Laurie says, those who think more about heaven will put the Lord first . . . and those who put the Lord first will prioritize their lives well! Pastor Greg helps us focus on our eternal reward. Listen here for important inspiration.
Everywhere you look, in books, magazines, movies, you'll see someone's notion of what heaven's like. Pastor Greg Laurie looks beyond the conjecture to the scriptural truth. Listen here for a candid, biblical study of what God wants us to know about heaven.
When a loved one has recently gone to heaven, we're more curious about what awaits us there. That's been the case with Pastor Greg Laurie ever since the unexpected death of his son. He reveals what he's learned about heaven in recent years. It's a fascinating study.
Parents of prodigal children can often feel like failures. But Pastor Greg Laurie reminds us God had prodigal children of His own, and He's the perfect parent! So what can parents of prodigals do? Find out by listening here. Pastor Greg offers hope.
Pastor Greg Laurie says one of the most effective ways that parents can teach a child to follow the Lord is to follow the Lord themselves. Pastor Greg helps moms and dads put their faith to work in the home. Listen here for practical insight from his Christian family series.
The Holy Spirit is continually at work in our lives. He gives us power, wisdom, comfort and direction. But perhaps His most important role is bringing us to the Savior. Pastor Greg Laurie points out how we can recognize and cooperate with His plan.
If we're facing a dangerous situation, that's a problem. If we're facing danger and don't know it, that's a bigger problem! Pastor Greg Laurie points out it's the Holy Spirit who acquaints us with the problem of sin, but also points to the solution.
Some people are absolutely convinced they're "good enough" to get to heaven. But we're all sinners and fall short of God's glory. Pastor Greg Laurie points out the Holy Spirit first shows us our sin . . . then shows us the Savior.
It's part of the Holy Spirit's job to draw men and women to Christ. But our free will often stands in the way. Pastor Greg Laurie explains the danger of impeding the Spirit's work in our lives. It's a revealing message from the Gospel of John.
Pastor Greg Laurie points out that believers have been "sealed" by the Holy Spirit. What does that mean? We'll find out today. We'll see the Spirit protects us, guides us, and empowers us for a successful Christian lives.
The Bible is the believer's Owner's manual. It's the manual our Owner has given us for living a more fulfilling Christian life. Pastor Greg Laurie points out what the Owner's manual tells us about the Comforter He has provided. This is a study of the Holy Spirit.
The Lord is ready to help us with any trial. He's just waiting for us to ask. Pastor Greg Laurie points out how prayer instantly connects us with the help of heaven. . .but explains how we often neglect to plug in to our Divine resource.
There's a key that unlocks our prayers. What is it? Pastor Greg Laurie explains right here. He helps us apply the principles of the Lord's Prayer in one of his most requested messages. Listen online for insight.
Sometimes the most practical advice is a mixture of things to do, and things NOT to do. Pastor Greg Laurie reveals those things we should avoid in our prayer lives. It's relevant insight based on what we call The Lord's Prayer.