Defeat on the heels of victory

by Greg Laurie -- One morning when I was planning to meet my wife for breakfast, I decided to ride my bicycle to the restaurant. As I was cruising along, I popped more…

What kind of legacy are you leaving?

by Greg Laurie -- Now that I am a grandfather, I think more about passing things on. I start thinking about the legacy I will leave. These are important things to be more…

Advice from history's wisest man

by Greg Laurie -- Boredom seems to be an issue in our culture today. A kid with a smartphone will text his friends while he plays a game on his iPad, as more…

The 'all things in moderation' error

by Greg Laurie -- I was sitting in a restaurant with a group of people awhile back, and as soon as we were seated, everyone started looking at their phones. So I more…

What Christmas came to remove

by Greg Laurie -- On the first Christmas Eve, there were no brightly colored lights on anyone's homes. There were no visions of sugarplums dancing in any children's heads as they slept. more…

Christmas can't bring you happiness

by Greg Laurie -- I like Christmas. At its very best, Christmas is a promise. It is enjoying time with family and friends ... meals ... laughing together ... exchanging gifts ... more…

Don't 'lose' Jesus this Christmas

by Greg Laurie -- Every year it seems as though there are more attacks against anything that points us back to the original meaning of Christmas. Last December, when Agape Church in more…

When bad is the new good

by Greg Laurie -- I think that our culture in the United States seems to be turned upside down. It seems that, in the perception of many, what was once considered good more…

A strong sense of foreboding

by Greg Laurie -- If you were alive on Nov. 22, 1963, you remember exactly where you were. That was the day when the president of the United States, John F. Kennedy, more…

Which God do you believe in?

by Greg Laurie -- In a 2006 study released by Baylor University, researchers found that a person's view of God has a direct correlation to his or her political and moral perspectives. more…