If you heard the first session of Passion 2013 with Louie Giglio, you likely found yourself concerned, perhaps even alarmed, by much of what was taught by the popular pastor.His allegorization of Ezekiel 37 alone was enough to make one cringe.Louie Giglio withdrew from the inaugural ceremony following gay rights uproar.Louie Giglio says he is moving through the stages of his life as God leads him.*The pastor of Atlanta's Passion City Church steps onto the national stage with an invitation to deliver the benediction at the second inauguration of President Barack Obama January 21, 2013.When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.To learn more about Amazon Sponsored Products, click here.For Giglio, this honor was yet another opportunity to "make Jesus Christ famous." Giglio acknowledges that Christ is already famous all over the world, but he has a drive to connect young adults with the message of the gospel.The first stage in Giglio's life occurred when he was a freshman at Georgia State University in 1977. that he was going to devote his life to Christ instead of a college party lifestyle.
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He was an average college freshman at Georgia State University in 1977, that is, until one night, at 2 a.m., when he decided to devote his life to following Christ, not the college party life.
He was inspired to be one of the first people to design a modern style of worship that is geared specifically toward young adults, with casual attire, expressive worship, and low-key, visually driven sermons.
He is the author of Never Settle for Normal: The Proven Path to Significance and Happiness.
Leading the charge against human slavery (enditmovement.com), Louie Giglio is the founder of the Passion Movement and serves as pastor of Passion City Church in Atlanta. A couple years ago, leading us to our National Conference on missions, John Piper sat down with Louie Giglio to talk about the history of the Passion Movement and its global cause.