A lesson from Joshua's playbook

by Greg Laurie -- A story is told from the Korean War of the Baker Company, which found itself surrounded by enemy forces. For several hours headquarters had tried to communicate with more…

For such a time as this

by Greg Laurie -- After raising sons, I now have granddaughters. And one thing that I have noticed about girls is they love everything associated with princesses. So many little girls today more…

Alone with God

by Greg Laurie -- In our connected culture of today, I wonder whether we even have a moment to think. We get our information on demand, and we text, tweet and email more…

Narcissists need not apply

by Greg Laurie -- I have been a Christian for more than 40 years now. The things that impressed me as a younger Christian still impress me, but now other things impress more…

The most important question ever

by Greg Laurie -- Years ago I had a chameleon for a pet. It wasn't one of those little green anole lizards that pet stores commonly label as chameleons. True chameleons have more…

Faith: Use it or lose it

by Greg Laurie -- What is faith? Sometimes we make it a little too mystical. Faith is actually something we apply wherever we go. When you go into a restaurant, for example, more…

Putting it all on the line

by Greg Laurie -- Have you ever attempted something in life that met with failure? I would far rather try and fail than never do anything at all. Failure is not always more…

Bring what you have

by Greg Laurie -- My wife and I have found ourselves watching the Food Channel lately, including the show "Iron Chef." It is actually quite entertaining to watch celebrity chefs compete. And more…

Why forgive?

by Greg Laurie -- It has been said that we are most like beasts when we kill, we are most like men when we judge, but we are most like God when more…

The death of a conscience

by Greg Laurie -- What comes to mind when you hear the word "conscience"? Do you think of Jiminy Cricket who told little Pinocchio that when he didn't know what to do, more…