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Steven Furtick


Steven Furtick

Steven Furtick is the founder and lead pastor of Elevation Church.
In just under seven years, Elevation Church has grown to more than 10,000 people in weekly attendance, meeting at seven locations in the Charlotte, North Carolina area. Elevation has been named one of the fastest growing Churches in America by Outreach Magazine for each of the past six years.
Pastor Steven has been privileged to minister to a global audience, speaking at conferences and churches around the world, including Catalyst Conference, Hillsong Conference, and the Willow Creek Global Leadership Summit. He is the author of the New York Times bestselling book GREATER and the nationally acclaimed SUN STAND STILL.
Pastor Steven holds a Master of Divinity degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
He and his wife Holly live in the Charlotte area with their two sons, Elijah and Graham, and daughter, Abbey.

Steven Furtick

Books by Steven Furtick

by Steven Furtick - Christian, Christian Life, Nonfiction, Spiritual Growth

Inside your head and heart is a chatterbox. Its lies are keeping you from realizing your God-given potential. But what can you do about them? In CRASH THE CHATTERBOX, Pastor Steven Furtick focuses on four key areas in which negative thoughts are most debilitating: insecurity, fear, condemnation and discouragement.

by Steven Furtick - Christian, Christian Life, Devotional, Nonfiction, Spiritual Growth

In GREATER, Pastor Steven Furtick challenged us to dream bigger, start smaller, and ignite God’s vision for our lives. In this devotional designed for daily guidance, you’ll begin your journey toward the greater life God wants for you. Over the next 40 days of teaching, scripture readings and prayer, your life will change. You’ll find the confidence to believe that nothing is impossible with God, the clarity to see what He’s calling you toward, and the courage to take your next step.

by Steven Furtick - Lifestyles , Spiritual Life, Christian, Christian Life, Christian Living

Furtick writes that he has no interest in presenting a plan for pursuing greatness. Instead he maps the way to a place he calls “greater”.  It is a place beyond mediocre, baseline living but not the unrealistic, often frustrating, aspirations of greatness. “Greater” is the third way. It is an experience that empowers the reader to have confidence that nothing is impossible, to have clarity about the next step and to have the courage to move forward.