Greg Laurie is the pastor and founder of the Harvest churches in California and Hawaii and of Harvest Crusades. He is an evangelist, best-selling author and movie producer. His newest book Lennon, Dylan, Alice & Jesus
What I love about this new film, “The Rise of Skywalker,” is that it has a classic good vs. evil plot with some surprising spiritual overtones.
Eleven years ago we lost our oldest son, Christopher, in an automobile accident. He was 33 years old. The Christmas that followed was the saddest I had ever known.
It looks like you have become a follower of Jesus Christ. So, let me say to you, welcome to the family of God!
While it may be true some young Americans are rejecting religion and patriotism, there is plenty of evidence to suggest the contrary.
After long, frenzied drug binges, when Johnny Cash finally crashed, just before he drifted off into unconsciousness, he sometimes heard a quiet voice say, “I am your God. I am still here."
Our culture has a crisis going on. You may even be holding it in your pocket right now. For so many people—especially young people—these phones have literally taken over their lives.
A whole new audience is discovering the music of famed rock band, Queen, and its remarkable front man, Freddie Mercury.
This is the fourth time “A Star is Born” has been made into a movie, starring big names such as Barbara Streisand and Kris Kristofferson. Perhaps the reason this story keeps making its way back is because there is just something so familiar about it. We’ve all seen it play out in real life so many times as well, haven’t we?
You might have heard of the “27 club” before. It is the age of a group of iconic musicians who all died, mostly due to drug or alcohol-related causes at the young age of 27.
This is a picture of Christmas for many today. We string our lights and trim our Pinterest-perfect trees. We fight traffic and crowds to buy gifts at busy department stores as we hurry around to holiday parties. Amidst all of this, how often do we really stop to think about the One this day truly honors?