BGEA Interview, Part 2

Part 2 of Greg’s interview with 3. How are you convinced of the security and surety of God’s promises? Have you ever experienced doubt? Sure, I have. Every believer will have moments of doubt. Even the great apostle Peter, who walked on the water, began to have second thoughts about this venture of faith and was sinking beneath the crashing waves when Jesus saved Him. Instantly, the Lord reached out His hand and grabbed him, saying “Why did you . . . read more ›

Shalom! (BGEA Interview, Part 1)

Hey everybody, I am in transit from California to Israel. I will be posting later this week from the Holy Land. Please pray for our journey. For now, I thought I would give to you, all my “blogging buddies,” a sneak preview of an interview I did for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. Enjoy and Shalom! Greg (excerpt) 1. Being a tween, teen, or young adult can be a time of personal insecurity because we are looking for a place . . . read more ›

God Can Use You!

People have asked me why I have chosen to write my autobiography, Lost Boy, now and not earlier. I suppose I felt I needed to live some more life first. I also felt there were some chapters still to be written in my own life. I heard about a 15-year-old celebrity who is writing their autobiography. How much life have you lived at 15? But at age 55, I am on the “back end” of life now, not the front . . . read more ›


There are telltale signs as to where a person has been. For instance, if someone saw you with a bright red sunburn, they could assume you were outside for the day. The evidence is there. I wonder if people can tell if we have “been with Jesus”? The reason I say that is because that was said of Peter and John–that they “had been with Jesus.” What does that mean exactly? It meant that they were like Him in so . . . read more ›

Thank you all for your prayers!

We had a very fruitful trip to the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia. And they showed us a lot of love, too! We started the day with an outstanding gathering of almost 400 pastors from the greater Philadelphia area. I spoke to them about essentials of the gospel presentation in a message called “The First Message of the Church.” They were very receptive and I had a chance to meet a lot of them afterward. One pastor told me he . . . read more ›