Messages from Louie Giglio, Passion City Church
About Louie Giglio
Louie Giglio is the pastor of Passion City Church in Atlanta, Georgia, and founder of Passion Conferences–a global movement of college-aged people living for the fame of Jesus Christ. Louie’s popular books include recently released Passion: The Bright Light of Glory, The Air I Breathe; I Am Not, But I Know I Am; and Indescribable, which he co-authored with Grammy Award-winning recording artist Matt Redman.
A dynamic and effective communicator, Louie is known for his Passion Talk Series DVD messages that include How Great is Our God and Indescribable, with sales over 1.3 million copies worldwide. He also founded sixsteprecords, a label partner with Capitol CMG, which is home to artists Chris Tomlin, David Crowder, Matt Redman, Kristian Stanfill, Christy Nockels, and Passion.
Louie holds the Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He and his wife Shelley reside in Atlanta. For more information about Passion City Church visit passioncitychurch.com, and for more about Passion Conferences visit www.268generation.com.
- Hear Again
Pastor Brad Jones comes around the idea that in order to free ourselves from the trap of comparison we must choose to hear what our Heavenly Father has to say about us once again.
- Pioneering to Prospering
Pastor Aaron Coe encourages us to lean into where God has led us because He has a plan, and a purpose, for us there.
- Faith and Faithfulness: A Conversation with Dr. Charles Stanley, Andy Stanley and Louie Giglio
We were incredibly honored on Sunday to hear from Dr. Charles Stanley and Andy Stanley as they sat down with our Pastor Louie for a conversation on faith and faithfulness. It was encouraging, challeng …
- Complacency Must Fall
It's time for us to walk in victory today! To stop living with less when Christ has come to give you more. It's time for the giant of complacency to fall!
- Through the Eyes of a Lion
As we kick off our 5ALIVE series, Pastor Levi Lusko shares a powerful message about perception, perseverance, and faith no matter the circumstances life brings our way.
- Self Must Fall // Part 2
Every giant comes down a step at a time, including the giant called SELF. Goliath MUST Fall.
- Self Must Fall
The number one thing that gets in the way of us following Jesus is SELF. Let's remember to deny self, take up our cross daily and follow Him. Goliath MUST Fall.
- Fear Must Fall
Fear is a natural human reaction. The problem is when the enemy takes that natural human reaction and twists and morphs it into a lifestyle or mindset of fear. Fear is faith in the enemy. But the anti …
- Goliath Must Fall
We all have giants in our lives, adversaries or strongholds that diminish our ability to live a full and free life. Frozen in the grip of rejection, fear, anger, comfort or addiction, we lose sight of …
- Open Wide
In the second part of our series, SYNC: Reconnecting Heart & Heaven, Pastor Louie Giglio dives into the remaining four ways we can increase our connectivity to God.
In the first message from our new series, SYNC: Reconnecting Heart & Heaven, Pastor Louie Giglio reminds us that we are hard-wired for a connection and relationship with God, yet sometimes we feel …
- Shame Was Rolled Away
The Resurrection. It's either the greatest hoax ever perpetrated, or the greatest event in human history, and Easter is an invitation to come and see for yourself. God is inviting us all to inves …
- Confident Prayers
In the fifth and final part of our series, Confident, Ben Stuart challenges us to have confidence in the promises of God despite the pain in our lives. Let’s pray with the confidence of a child, the c …
- Your Promise Still Stands
In the fourth part of our series, Confident, Pastor Louie Giglio shares that the confidence in our lives comes when we face challenges; not just with might from within, but with a promise from God tha …
- The Glorious Comma
In the third part of our series, Confident, Pastor Louie Giglio wants us to know that God is not finished with us yet, and shows us how the smallest of punctuation can have the largest of meanings.