Greg Laurie is the pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship (one of America's largest churches) in Riverside, California. He is the author of over thirty books, including the Gold Medallion Award winner, The Upside-Down Church, as well as his devotional books...
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Greg Laurie is the pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship (one of America's largest churches) in Riverside, California. He is the author of over thirty books, including the Gold Medallion Award winner, The Upside-Down Church, as well as his devotional books For Every Season, vols. 1-3 and his best-selling autobiography Lost Boy. You can find his study notes in the New Believer's Bible and The Seeker's Bible. Host of the Harvest: Greg Laurie television program and the nationally syndicated radio program A New Beginning, Greg Laurie is also the founder and featured speaker for Harvest Crusades-contemporary, large-scale evangelistic outreaches, which local churches organize nationally and internationally. He and his family live in Southern California.
First Century Discipleship in the 21st Century What comes to mind when you hear the word "disciple?" Does it describe your own relationship with Jesus Christ? Every disciple is a believer but not every believer is a disciple. And knowing the difference is vital to our spiritual growth. Using examples from the first-century church, Pastor Greg Laurie explains the true meaning of discipleship and exposes common misconceptions about what it truly means to be a follower of Christ. Get ready to leave a spiritual mediocrity behind as you discover the Christian life as it was meant to be lived.
Greg Laurie is the senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside California and Harvest Orange County in Irvine California. He began his pastoral ministry at the age of 19 by leading a Bible study of 30 people. Since then God has transformed that small group into a church of some 15,000 people. Today Harvest is one of the largest churches in America and consistently ranks among the most influential churches in the country. In 1990 Laurie began holding large-scale public evangelistic events called Harvest Crusades. Since that time more than 4,408,000 people have attended.