In 1995, when he moved back home to Atlanta, Georgia, due to his father's failing health, Louie founded a national gathering of Christian college students called the Passion Movement.From the first Passion Conference in Austin, Texas, in 1997, nearly a million university students have attended Passion-linked prayer, worship, and teaching events across the US, reaching a peak in the 17-city Passion Tour of 2008.What's the book about, and who is your target audience?Giglio: The book is targeted to everyone that can read (laughs).“Some of us attend the church on the corner, professing to worship the living God above all.Others, who rarely darken the church doors, would say worship isn’t a part of their lives because they aren’t “religious.” But everybody has an altar. “It’s easy: You simply follow the trail of your time, your affection, your energy, your money, and your allegiance.
If you aspire to be a godly husband or wife someday, what have you done and what are you doing to prepare for that ministry?
Are you generally humble and teachable, and do you respect authority?
As a practical matter, are you responsible and holy in the way you possess your own spirit, mind and body?
As part of the Passion Movement, Louie began a recording company, Sixsteps Records, which has signed and produced various Christian worship artists, such as David Crowder Band, Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, and Charlie Hall.
He also started a Bible study movement, , aimed at single adults in the Atlanta area, which would attract thousands.