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Source Ministries International
Cumming, Georgia 30041
678-771-5859

About Dr. Lewis W.
  • Education: Dr. Gregory holds a bachelors degree in Business Administration from Lamar University, a masters degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a doctoral degree from Luther Rice Seminary.
  • Experience: Dr. Lewis W. Gregory is an ordained minister, having been called into the ministry in 1971. He has ministered in 26 states and 32 foreign countries since he began in 1970. Dr. Gregory sensed God’s leading to begin SOURCE MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL in November of 1982. Dr. Gregory currently serves as president with responsibilities in teaching, preaching, counseling, and writing. He has a special emphasis on training and consulting leaders—ministers, business personnel, and government officials.
  • Family: Lewis and Lue have been married since 1969. They have three children—Amy Charis, Aaron, and Andrew—a son-in-law named Rich, and two grandchildren, Thomas and Taylor Grace. The Gregory’s greatest desire is that Jesus Christ be exalted in their lives and ministry. They are personally committed to the ministry of life and the encouragement of others.
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: No one lives the Christ-life more totally than Lewis. He has a true depth of understanding of God and His ways. He also has the most remarkable, complete, and total trust in the Lord. Lewis is steady, confident, and secure. He is loving, kind, compassionate and all those other great qualities of Father God. I often say he’s a treasure, and he is. The Treasure within is evident in his life. I am blessed to live with such a man of God—who not only talks about the Christian life but also lives it.
  • Hobbies: Ministry: Helping people! I also enjoy God's marvelous creation. Bass Fishing, River Fishing, Bird Watching, Walking for exercise (especially in the woods), Site Seeing, the Mountains, Snow Skiing.
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  • Wise Women Still Seek Him

    Contributed on May 8, 2019
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    Today the pressures and responsibilities of life are great. It seems like there’s always something, something problematic such as: financial obligations, marital conflicts, unruly children, faulty products, accidents, etc. And no one is exempt! A common expression is, “Oh no, not again!”

    I. People in the days of Jesus experienced similar situations A. Martha, the sister of Mary, is a case in point. She was so busy with the small stuff that she missed the main thing. JESUS had come to her house! He was there for her. He was not there for her to take care of Him; He was there to ...read more

  • Why Do We Call It Easter?

    Contributed on Apr 19, 2019
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    Why do we call it EASTER, especially considering the history of Easter? Some Christians have a problem with the term Easter because of the historical background associated with the name Easter. But haven’t you heard?

    Why do we call it EASTER? Dr. Lewis Gregory Why do we call it EASTER, especially considering the history of Easter? Some Christians have a problem with the term Easter because of the historical background associated with the name Easter. But haven’t you heard? Easter was converted from a pagan ...read more

  • Easter: Life Out Of Death

    Contributed on Apr 12, 2019
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    He . . . is . . . risen! Yes, Jesus Christ is risen indeed! Only Christ is both the resurrection and the life. The glory of the cross and the wonder of the resurrection make Easter the supreme expression of God’s love. Oh how He loves you and me!!!

    Easter: Life Out of Death Dr. Lewis Gregory I. Easter-the supreme expression of God’s love A. Christ: the Resurrection and the Life He . . . is . . . risen! Yes, Jesus Christ is risen indeed! Only Christ is both the resurrection and the life. However, life—God’s Life—can only come out of death. ...read more

  • God Is For You

    Contributed on Jan 7, 2019
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    People often feel like God is against them. Many people suffer from rejection and condemnation. But in Christ all that changes. Discover how God can be for you. And learn the significance of God being for you. More importantly experience it for yourself.

    GOD IS FOR YOU! Dr. Lewis W Gregory Illustration: No, No, No! one of the first words a child learns is no. No is seen as a negative. But in Christ no can be a positive. Romans 8:31–39 No accusation, No condemnation, No separation Part 1 Introduction: God is for you A. What things? Romans 8:31 ...read more

  • Like Father, Like Son

    Contributed on Jun 5, 2017
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    Do you bear the family likeness? Whose image is expressed in your life? When you are born again of the Spirit of God, you have a new father. God is your Father! So, you are just like your Father God. You share His image in order to express His likeness.

    What is God the Father like? John 14:8 A. If you want to know the Father, then look at His Son. 1. Jesus Christ is the only begotten Son of God - John 3:16 2. Jesus is the visible image of the invisible Father God - Col. 1:15 3. The Son has declared the Father - John 1:18 B. Jesus ...read more

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