Francis Chan

Francis Chan is the best-selling author of Crazy Love, Forgotten God, Erasing Hell and the host of the BASIC.series (Who Is God & We Are Church). Currently, Francis is planting churches in the San Francisco area. Together, Francis and his wife Lisa raise their seven children in Northern California and are co-authors of the new book You and Me Forever: Marriage in Light of Eternity. For more information, check out youandmeforever.org.

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Francis and Lisa Chan, married for over two decades and parents of seven children, encourage husbands and wives to fervently pray for one another and seek a marriage that is glorifying to the Lord. View Show Notes →
Every generation needs fresh new leaders and thinkers to point people to God's Word. Find out more from prominent leaders Francis Chan, J.D. Greear, Jen Wilkin, and David Platt. View Show Notes →
As we approach Valentine's Day, Sam Allberry reminds us to not make an idol of romantic love. Francis and Lisa Chan encourage us to look at married love in light of eternity. View Show Notes →
Why did the Lord bring you and your spouse together? Francis and Lisa Chan, remind couples that God has brought them together for a reason, and encourages them not to live for this life, but for eternity. View Show Notes →
Francis and Lisa Chan, married for 21 years and parents of seven children, encourage husbands and wives to fervently pray for one another and seek a marriage that is glorifying to the Lord. View Show Notes →
Pastor Francis Chan talks about the exciting lives believers can have when they completely surrender to the Spirit of God. View Show Notes →
Pastor Francis Chan talks about his life since becoming a Spirit-filled follower of Christ: his marriage, family, and day-to-day life have been enhanced because of his reliance on the Holy Spirit. View Show Notes →
The Holy Spirit is the secret ingredient in every believer's life, says Francis Chan. View Show Notes →
Pastor Francis Chan reminds believers about their need for the Holy Spirit and calls on the church to be conduits of the Holy Spirit's power and love. View Show Notes →