LIFT: A Creative Collective is a time to gather together to learn, grow and be refreshed in your gifts with other creatives without the weight of leading others. These days will include Main Sessions with teaching and worship, as well as Breakouts ranging from leading worship to production to other creative themes and topics. Rooted in the confession of Isaiah , Passion exists to glorify God by uniting students in worship, prayer and justice for spiritual awakening in this generation. For apparel to books to music, shop Passion Resources today. We love books and our mission at Passion Publishing is to lift and amplify life-shifting messages globally from the Passion movement. Worship is much more than music — we know and affirm that worship is all of life.
The founder of the Passion Movement , he is an author and public speaker. Giglio was born in Atlanta on June 30, In , Giglio decided to move from their home in Waco, Texas, to Atlanta, Georgia, because of his father's failing health,  although his father died from a brain infection and a heart attack prior to their arrival in Atlanta. Around that time, during a flight from Texas to Georgia, Louie was inspired to start a national gathering of college students, which would later become Passion Conferences. Giglio's latest release, Not Forsaken , debuted at number 3 on the Publishers Weekly Trade Paper Frontlist,  and ranked number 6 on the May Religion Nonfiction bestsellers list.
For centuries human beings have been running, pushing the ability of our bodies to go further, faster. We've set remarkable records at great and short distances, but the greatest distance ever covered was the gap that God ran through to get to us. This Easter message from Pastor Louie Giglio shows us the story of the Prodigal Son in a context you've never heard before. In this talk from Pastor Louie Giglio, we're reminded that there is no occasion too small for the mighty power of resurrection.
It was a six or seven week session for people that just had questions about Jesus, faith, etc. It was there that I came out as a gay woman to a church group of any kind for the first time. To my surprise, I was met with grace and love, honestly feeling like I was in a safe space where I could be my true self. I decided to apply for baptism in October