Joining the immensely successful Passion Talk Series (PTS) is the lines’ first Christmas talk with Passion Movement founder Louie Giglio, “The Twelve Words of Christmas,” available now on DVD from sixstepsrecords.

Recorded live during Chris Tomlin’s “Glory in the Highest” 2009 Christmas tour “The Twelve Words of Christmas” shares a special message of Christmas, that God is with us, full of grace and truth, and that no one on earth is too far from His love or beyond His reach. In the full length talk, Giglio reminds us that God is at work in our lives, even in the midst of the chaos, and promises to bring us through. Giglio will also be speaking on Tomlin’s 2010 “Glory in the Highest” Christmas tour (dates below).

PTS features hours of compelling content, each telling a meaningful story of God’s goodness, grace & love. Used by small groups, life groups, churches and among friends and family members around the world, the messages found in PTS have impacted the lives of millions of people around the globe. With sales of nearly one million worldwide, PTS has also garnered over 4.8 million YouTube hits. For more information please visit

New from sixstepsrecords in 2011 will be the new Passion City Church Resources line, a series of church talks from Giglio taken from services at the Atlanta-based Passion City Church which he pastors and also founded in February 2008.

On January 11, 2011 the line will debut with a collection of three different talks: “New Year” (2 talks), “Grace [The One and Only]” (5 talks) and “Prayer: Remix” (3 talks). sixsteps plans to add new talks to the ongoing series throughout the year.

“Louie Giglio’s gift to communicate the truth of the Gospel as well as motivate and inspire the global church to a deeper understanding of who God really is to each of us personally and throughout the world is unmatched in my opinion,” says Peter York, President, EMI CMG Label Group. “This series of talks from Louie are vital for our time and should be a staple in every church, home and small group in the country. They have impacted me, my family, my staff and countless friends throughout the body of Christ who have engaged with them.”


About sixstepsrecords :
Founded in 2000 by Louie Giglio, sixstepsrecords ( is a worship label and a division of Passion Conferences. sixstepsrecords’ artists include Chris Tomlin (And If Our God Is For Us…), David Crowder* Band (Church Music), Charlie Hall (The Rising), Matt Redman (We Shall Not Be Shaken), and Passion (Passion: Awakening). The label partners with Sparrow Records/EMI CMG Label Group for A&R, marketing, sales and distribution operations.

About The Passion Movement:
The Passion Movement and the messages of founder Louie Giglio have marked the lives of millions of people around the globe, calling people everywhere to live for the glory of God. Focused on the collegiate age group – yet spilling over to people of all ages – Passion exists to unite students for spiritual awakening in this generation. From its inception, the movement of Passion has birthed new anthems of worship, influencing countless churches and helping to define the current worship climate and establish artists Chris Tomlin, David Crowder*Band, Charlie Hall, Matt Redman and others. For more information please visit

Chris Tomlin Glory In the Highest Christmas Tour
with Louie Giglio and Christy Nockels (all dates subject to change):

12/1 – New Orleans, LA / Victory Fellowship
12/2 – Jackson, MS / Pine Lake Church
12/3 – Jackson, MS / Pine Lake Church
12/8 – Columbus, OH / Grove City Church of the Nazarene
12/9 – Akron, OH / Akron Baptist Temple
12/10 – Evansville, IN / Roberts Stadium
12/15 – San Antonio, TX / Summit Christian Center
12/17 – Tupelo, MS / Bancorp South Arena

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