The point of no return

by Greg Laurie -- Experts tell us the lowest part of the ocean is 36,000 feet below sea level. I once made it down to 100 feet and thought that was something. more…

Of doubt and sin

by Greg Laurie -- It has been said that when the warm, moist air of our expectations collide with the icy cold of God's silence, inevitably clouds of doubt begin to form. more…

Remarkably unremarkable

by Greg Laurie -- If you were God and you wanted to reach the world, how exactly would you go about it? Being God, you could pretty much do whatever you wanted. more…

Portrait of a hero: John Roll

by Greg Laurie -- In a day when we seem to have lost the definition of true courage, I want to pay tribute to a genuine hero. No, he's not an athlete more…

Hope for the storms

by Greg Laurie -- On Jan. 24, 1986, a significant archaeological discovery was made in a seaside village in Galilee: a first-century fishing boat. This ancient vessel, called The Jesus Boat, dates more…

Why worrying is a waste of time

by Greg Laurie -- An old fable is told about a man who came face to face with the dangers of worry one morning when he saw Death walking toward a city. more…

Standing in the gap

by Greg Laurie -- By age 18, the average American will have witnessed 200,000 acts of violence on television, including 40,000 murders. Then there is all the onscreen sex and perversion, not more…

Will this be the last year of your life?

by Greg Laurie -- As we arrive at the beginning of a New Year, we often make resolutions. Many of them involve either losing weight or getting in better shape. But I more…

A gift for God

by Greg Laurie -- When I was a kid, I always tried to figure out what I was going to get for Christmas. I would search in closets and underneath things. When more…

The war on Christmas

by Greg Laurie -- A real war has been raging over Christmas. Many retailers have instructed their employees to no longer say, "Merry Christmas," but to say, "Seasons Greetings" or "Happy Holidays" more…