Greg Laurie is the senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship, one of the largest churches in the country, as well as the founder of Harvest Crusades, which nearly 10 million people have attended. He is the author of over 70 books, including “Jesus Revolution: How God Transformed an Unlikely Generation and How He Can Do It Again Today.” This book is the inspiration for the new movie, “Jesus Revolution,” now playing in theaters.
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Key Questions for Greg Laurie
-How did the Lord start working in your life, and how was the Jesus People Movement birthed?
-Do you have any hope that we might see something again like a Jesus People Movement today?
-Who are the hippies today? Where are the marginalized places where we might see a spiritual outbreak?
-Tell us how you hope this movie stirs up the hearts of God’s people.
Key Quotes From Greg Laurie
“I was on my own trajectory. My mother was married and divorced seven times. She was a raging alcoholic. And so I had to grow up really quickly as a young boy and be responsible for her.”
“I was literally looking for the meaning of life at a very early age.”
“I looked around at the Christians and I thought, well, I’m not one of them. Does that mean I’m against Jesus? I mean, I always believed Jesus was out there somewhere.”
“So I’m brand new in the faith—that weekend I actually went off to do drugs. No one told me what to do. No one gave me a Bible. No one explained it.”
“I came from a home where my mother never told me she loved me. She never hugged me. So to be in an environment [church] where people are loving each other, hugging each other actually was so foreign to me. I didn’t want to be in it. I was uncomfortable.”
“I didn’t know it, but I had literally walked into the middle of a spiritual awakening. And it wasn’t until later I realized, ‘Oh wow, that was an actual revival.’ In fact, it was the last great spiritual awakening in America, the Jesus Movement…it was not until some time later that I realized how significant that particular time was.”