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About the Book
As a hippie and drug user who had grown - up in a dysfunctional family, Greg Laurie knew what it was to be lost. A seventeen - year - old, long - haired Greg soon discovered his passion for seeing people rescued from hopelessness and transformed into renewed beings with a saving faith in Christ. Laurie quickly became a wonder and an example as to how God could use someone with a sordid past to impact the world with the gospel. Throughout Greg's autobiography, be encouraged by the trials he overcame and the far - reaching impact these lessons have had. The Lord's influence in Greg's life has been thoroughly evidenced by the fruit seen from the ministries Greg has planted, watered and grown; namely, Harvest Christian Fellowship (one of the 8 largest churches in America) and the Harvest Crusades. Greg Laurie's legacy has been seasoned with trials and questions, but if God can take a hippie from a severely dysfunctional family and raise him to be one of t2nation's leading evangelists and pastors, what can God do with you?
About the Author
Greg Laurie is senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California. He began his pastoral ministry at the age of 19 by leading a Bible study of 30 people, which God has since transformed into a congregation that is among the eight largest churches in America. In 1990, Laurie began holding public evangelistic events called Harvest Crusades. Since then, more than three million people have attended Harvest Crusades across the U.S., Canada, New Zealand and Australia. He is the author of over 35 books, including the Gold Medallion Award - winner, The Upside - Down Church and his most recent Regal release Lies We Tell Ourselves.
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