Longing for a Father

I recently watched a documentary on the life of David Cassidy titled David Cassidy: The Last Session, and let me tell you, it was just absolutely heartbreaking. To me, the story could be summed up this way: David had a deep longing for a father He had one, of course, in Jack Cassidy, who was a Broadway star and celebrity in his own right. But Jack divorced David’s mother, and in many ways, he walked out of his son’s life. . . . read more ›

Thousands Respond to the Gospel in Texas

Thousands flocked to AT&T Stadium on June 10 from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex for Harvest America to experience music and proclamation evangelism from Pastor Greg. In his message, Pastor Greg shared about his troubled childhood, rife with drug and alcohol use. He shared, “I was going downhill fast. . . . I was too cynical, too hard . . . but Christ changed my life one day. I didn’t plan on it, but it happened.” And now over 45 years . . . read more ›

Here’s the Press Release for Harvest America 2018

Crossover Harvest America Returns to AT&T Stadium In First Stadium Crusade since the Passing of Billy Graham, Greg Laurie Encourages Believers to Carry Evangelistic Torch to the Next Generation ARLINGTON, Texas, June 11, 2018 – A crowd of more than 35,000, according to stadium officials, heard a message of hope and faith from Evangelist Greg Laurie and a video tribute to the late Billy Graham at Crossover Harvest America, an evangelistic crusade at AT&T Stadium on Sunday night. “There will . . . read more ›

The Tragic Story of Anthony Bourdain

“What Makes You Happy?” Thoughts on the tragic suicide of Anthony Bourdain By Greg Laurie Today, as we sip our morning coffee, we are hit with the news of the tragic passing of CNN’s Anthony Bourdain, who took his own life by hanging. A sudden wave of shock has filled America and the rest of the world that Anthony has so famously traveled. This news comes just days after famed fashion designer Kate Spade’s death, which occurred in the same . . . read more ›

When the “Volcanoes” of Life Erupt

Over the past few weeks, people around the world have been glued to a live online 24-hour camera feed, focused on an explosive fissure of the Kilauea Volcano. The camera is set up at a personal residence on Hawaii’s big island, about a half mile from the fissure. When you tune in to the feed, you can hear crickets, tropical birds, the wind in the trees and even an occasional rooster. But less than a mile away, smoke billows, the . . . read more ›