Greg Laurie Net Worth [2022]: Fun facts, Earnings, House, Wiki, Age, height, Fees

Greg Laurie Net Worth:$25 Million

Net Worth:$20 Million
Date of Birth:Dec 10, 1952 (69 years old)
Place of Birth:Long Beach, California, U.S.
Profession:Christian pastor, evangelist, author
Nationality:American

Greg Laurie is an American author and pastor who serves as the senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship with campuses in Riverside, Orange County and Maui.

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Laurie serves on the board of directors for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.He also is the Evangelist for Harvest Crusades and is featured on over 1500 radio and TV stations across the nation. Laurie has produced 2 films: Steve McQueen: American Icon and ‘A Rush Of Hope. He is working on a third.

Greg Laurie net worth 2022:

Greg Laurie is an American author and pastor who has a net worth of $25 million. He is the senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship which is located in Riverside, California as well as at Harvest Church of Woodcrest in Riverside, CA, California Harvest Church or Eastvale in CA, Harvest Church at Kumulani in Kapalua, Hawaii, and Harvest Orange County in Irvine, CA.

Laurie came to faith at the age of 17 as the Jesus Movement was exploding in Southern California. He has written a book, “Jesus Revolution,” about his experiences from that great American spiritual awakening.Greg’s story along with his wife Cathe, will be told in the new film, Jesus Revolution from Kingdom Story Company to be released next year.

Laurie is also the author of 70 books, including Hope For Hurting Hearts, Steve McQueen: The Salvation of An American Icon, Johnny Cash: The Redemption Of An American Icon and Billy Graham: The Man I Knew.

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Greg Laurie was born in Long Beach, California in December 1952. Greg Laurie was born in Long Beach, California. He was raised by a single mother who had 7 marriages, frequently moving to vastly different locations such as New Jersey and Hawaii.

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Working as a newspaper delivery man for the Daily Pilot in Los Angeles, CA was Greg Laurie’s first job. Laurie was not raised in the Christian faith or a church environment. In 1970, when Laurie was 17 years old, he became a devout Christian at Newport Harbor High School under the ministry of evangelist Lonnie Frisbee.

At19, under the ministry of Calvary Chapel Pastor Chuck Smith, he was given the opportunity to lead a Bible study of 30 people. The church that formed from this group, Harvest Christian Fellowship, has grown to become one of the largest churches in the United States.

In 2013, Harvest Christian Fellowship celebrated its 40th anniversary.The church has another dedicated campus in Irvine as well as a satellite campus in Lahaina, Hawaii.They have a congregation of approximately 5,000 people with a weekend viewing audience for their online service of over 250,000 people. The church also houses more than 80 ministries. Harvest recently merged with Kumulani Chapel in Maui, Hawaii, and that church is now called Harvest Kumulani.

Laurie holds two honorary doctorates from Biola University and Azusa Pacific University

In 2017, Greg Laurie organized a movement entitled “The Year of Good News.” Multiple church leaders signed the letter he penned to initiate the movement.[17] One of the paragraphs of the letter reads, “In a time of fake news, distracting news, divisive news, disorderly news, and, sometimes, depressing news, we—as Christians and as leaders—want to recommit ourselves to making sure that the Good News of Jesus cuts through it all. We call upon Christians in America to make 2017 “The Year of Good News.”

Greg Laurie has authored more than 70 books including The Upside-Down Church, The Seeker’s Bible : New Testament : New Living Translation, Every Day with Jesus : First Steps for New Believers, Losers and Winners, Saints and Sinners : How to Finish Strong in the Spiritual Race, Wrestling with God, Lost Boy : My Story, Let God Change Your Life: How to Know and Follow Jesus, and Steve McQueen : The Salvation of an American Idol.