Passion 2010 -DVD Messages

At the heart of it all, Passion exists to see a generation awakened to what matters most, inspiring people around the globe to live to make Jesus famous. Captured during the four days of Passion Twenty Ten, these six messages amplify what it looks like to take our place in the unrivaled story of God, spreading His fame in our own lives and throughout the nations.

2-Disc DVD Set

Main Session 1. Waking Up to the Joy of Dying to Make Jesus Famous - Louie Giglio (50:42)

Main Session 2. Equipped with Everything Good - Beth Moore (58:17)

Main Session 3. A Generation that Trembles at His Word - Francis Chan (48:16)

Main Session 4. Who Before What - Andy Stanley (36:22)

Main Session 5. Is Jesus an Egomaniac? - John Piper (48:27)

Main Session 6. Let's Work it Out - Louie Giglio (52:08)

Additional Breakouts and all sessions are available to download.

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Type: Messages

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Rooted in the confession of Isaiah 26:8, Passion exists to glorify God by uniting students in worship, prayer and justice for spiritual awakening in this generation.

From its start in 1995, the Passion Movement has had a singular mission—calling students from campuses across the nation and around the world to live for what matters most. For us, what matters most is the name and renown of Jesus Christ. We believe in this generation and are watching God use them to change the climate of faith around the globe.

Since the first gathering in 1997, Passion has had the privilege of encountering millions of students and 18-25 year olds, a sea of young people whose lives have been transformed by the power of the holy spirit. Their voice is getting louder as they rise, united as a generation, bringing hope and light to the world.

Since 2007, believing worship + justice are two sides of the same coin, students at passion have generously given over $14 million to 70 amazing partner organizations around the world.

Passion is more than music. More than events. Passion is a generation living for his name.