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Louie Giglio

Louie Giglio is the founder of the Passion Movement, which is known for its annual conferences aimed to help college students and young adults experience a spiritual awakening. As part of Passion’s outreach, Giglio also started sixsteprecords, the record label home to musicians like Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, and the David Crowder Band.

  • Subscriber Access OnlyPassion Takes It Higher
    The most influential annual gathering of young evangelicals plans to go global.
  • Subscriber Access OnlyQ&A: Louie Giglio
    The Passion Conference founder talks about his overseas tour and the new church he has started with Matt Redman and Chris Tomlin.
  • Subscriber Access OnlyA Passion for the Christ
    Thousands of college students attend Passion worship conferences annually. We talked to the guy behind it all, Louie Giglio, a former campus pastor with a heart on fire for God.
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  • Subscriber Access Only Q&A: Louie Giglio
    The Passion Conference founder talks about his overseas tour and the new church he has started with Matt Redman and Chris Tomlin.
  • Subscriber Access Only Passion Takes It Higher
    The most influential annual gathering of young evangelicals plans to go global.
  • Subscriber Access Only A Passion for the Christ
    Thousands of college students attend Passion worship conferences annually. We talked to the guy behind it all, Louie Giglio, a former campus pastor with a heart on fire for God.

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