Pete Greig

Pete Greig

Pete Greig is the Senior Pastor of Emmaus Rd church, and the bewildered founder of 24-7 Prayer, an international, inter-denominational movement of prayer, mission and justice operating in more than 100 nations. His memoir ‘God on Mute’, which describes the crisis of faith when his wife Sammy was diagnosed with a brain tumor, is considered ‘a Christian classic’ by the Archbishop of Canterbury. His next book, ‘Dirty Glory’, won UK Christian Book of the year, and 'How to Pray’ was short-listed for the ECPA Christian Book of the Year® Award, 2021. It’s sequel ‘How to Hear God’ became an instant best-seller in several categories. Pete co-hosts The Prayer Course - downloaded more than three million times, and the Lectio365 devotional which serves 170,000 daily users. He and his wife Sammy split their time between a barge on the river Wey and an island off the coast of England where they host and mentor leaders. They are members of The Order of the Mustard Seed (OMS). Pete is an Ambassador for the NGO Tearfund, a visiting lecturer for St Mellitus Theological College, a popular speaker around the world, and one of the founding conveners of the Wildfires festival.
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