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Living a Legacy

Moody Radio

Living a Legacy is a weekly 24-minute Bible-teaching program featuring Dr. Crawford Loritts. Each program is full of in-depth teaching, challenging lessons, and practical applications—all grounded firmly in the Bible. The goal of this program is to bring about spiritual awakening and maturity in the body of Christ through a clear message from God’s Word.

Living a Legacy is a weekly 24-minute Bible-teaching program featuring Dr. Crawford Loritts. Each program is full of in-depth teaching, challenging lessons, and practical applications—all grounded firmly in the Bible. The goal of this program is to bring about spiritual awakening and maturity in the body of Christ through a clear message from God’s Word.

Location:

Chicago, IL

Networks:

Moody Radio

Description:

Living a Legacy is a weekly 24-minute Bible-teaching program featuring Dr. Crawford Loritts. Each program is full of in-depth teaching, challenging lessons, and practical applications—all grounded firmly in the Bible. The goal of this program is to bring about spiritual awakening and maturity in the body of Christ through a clear message from God’s Word.

Language:

English

Contact:

820 N. LaSalle Blvd., Chicago, IL 60610


Episodes

Which Way Are You Growing? Part 2

5/24/2020
Hebrews 5:11-14 | In Part 2 of “Which Way Are you Growing,” Crawford Loritts explains the difference between regressively immature Christians and progressively mature Christians. Are you still a babe in Christ or are you growing in your knowledge of the Bible?

Duration:00:23:59

Which Way Are You Growing? Part 1

5/17/2020
Hebrews 5:11-14 | Spiritual maturity is not stagnant. It’s moving to a good place or a bad place. If we aren’t regularly connected to the Word of God, we are regressively immature. We’re moving in the wrong direction.

Duration:00:23:59

His Managers Part 2

5/10/2020
2 Corinthians 8:5 | Biblical stewardship isn’t just a money thing. It’s a heart condition. It means understanding what Jesus Christ did to pay for our sin. It means that we don’t belong to ourselves. We belong to God. Everything we do and have should reflect that.

Duration:00:23:59

His Managers Part 1

5/3/2020
2 Corinthians 8:5 | Stewardship is not primarily about money. Stewardship is to be a reflection of our heart condition. It should govern everything in our lives, everything entrusted to us. We ultimately must answer the question, “Whose life is it anyway?”

Duration:00:23:59

Compassion: His Heart, His Hands Part 2

4/26/2020
Isaiah 58:6-8 | Crawford Loritts says the implication in this passage is that the Church, more than anyone else in society, should be the primary standard bearer when it comes to lifting the burden from the poor and the oppressed.

Duration:00:23:59

Compassion: His Heart, His Hands Part 1

4/19/2020
Isaiah 58:6-8 | In this series, Crawford Loritts is reminding us that justice should be our heart’s response to the goodness of God and the condition of people around us. We need a clear understanding of God’s heart as it relates to justice and compassion for the poor and oppressed.

Duration:00:24:00

Out of the Grave - Easter

4/12/2020
John 11:21-26 | The resurrection of Jesus is the cornerstone of our faith. If Jesus had not come out of that grave, everything we believe would be worthless. When Jesus heard that his friend Lazarus had died, as recorded in John 11, Jesus knew this would be an opportunity to demonstrate that he himself is the resurrection and the life.

Duration:00:23:58

Our Hope and Passion: Romans

4/5/2020
Romans 1:14-17 | The book of Romans contains the pillars of the Christian life. Everything our faith is built upon stands firmly on the principles and teaching of the Apostle Paul. The hope-filled message of the cross of Jesus Christ should propel us to passionately reach others for our Savior.

Duration:00:23:59

Facing and Conquering Fear: COVID 19 Part 2

3/29/2020
The Psalms | In Part 2 of “Facing and Conquering Fear,” Crawford Loritts completes his list of three statements from Psalms that will help us conquer fear. Each day brings new concerns about the Corona virus, but God’s comfort is available if we’re willing to live by His Word.

Duration:00:23:59

Facing and Conquering Fear: COVID 19 Part 1

3/22/2020
Psalm 46:1-2 | The Corona virus is the news of the day, every day. We’re all experiencing things we could only have imagined just a few short weeks ago. In times of crisis, we as Christians are to take advantage of opportunities for ministry. But we ourselves must have the proper mindset, the eternal mindset. Our faith should be fully in the Lord, not succumbing to fear.

Duration:00:24:00

It’s Not Fair Part 2

3/15/2020
Amos 5:14-15 | Dr. Crawford Loritts says justice shouldn’t be something we only discuss or write about. It is something we should practice. Justice is the expression of the heart of God for people in need and who have no voice. We need to have an ‘others’ orientation. When truth is taken away, you cannot have justice.

Duration:00:23:57

It’s Not Fair Part 1

3/8/2020
Amos 5:14-15 | Dr. Crawford Loritts takes us to Amos chapter 5 for a biblical view of justice. Crawford says that justice is always attached to truth, kindness, mercy and righteousness. It matters to God how people are treated.

Duration:00:23:57

He Knows It All - Part 2

3/1/2020
Matthew 22:15-44 | In part 2 of “He Knows it All,” Crawford Loritts share 3 important points to consider when we understand that God knows everything about us. These points should have an important influence on how we live our lives each day.

Duration:00:24:00

He Knows It All Part 1

2/23/2020
Matthew 22:15-44 | In Matthew 22, we observe how the Pharisees and Sadducees grew angry with the teachings of Jesus. This chapter marks time when they began to work an evil plan to have him destroyed. But Jesus knew their intentions. In part 2 of “He Knows It All,” Crawford Loritts shares 7 things Jesus knows about us.

Duration:00:24:00

Accept the Invitation Part 2

2/16/2020
Matthew 22:1-14 | The Parable of the Wedding Feast. This is a story of missed opportunities. Is there latent defiance in us? Do we fail to fear God? Do we erroneously think we can serve God on our terms? That we can respond when we’re ready?

Duration:00:24:00

Accept the Invitation Part 1

2/9/2020
Matthew 22:1-14 | This passage contains the parable of the wedding feast. It’s a story of missed opportunities. It is possible for someone to become so rebellious and obnoxious in their rejection of Christ that their heart become calloused and unable to respond. There are 3 movements in this parable. Crawford describes them as a special invitation, an open invitation and an unprepared guest.

Duration:00:24:00

It Is Not Your Property Part 2

2/2/2020
Matthew 21:33-46 | This passage tells the story of the “Parable of the Tenants.” The parable is a summary of the continued self-righteousness of the religious rulers, who constantly condemned Jesus’ teaching. They assumed ownership, taking things that didn’t belong to them. They claimed to be the sole examples of religious piety. This passage teaches that self-righteousness is deadly.

Duration:00:23:59

It Is Not Your Property Part 1

1/26/2020
Matthew 21:33-46 | This passage tells the story of the “Parable of the Tenants.” Jesus directed it to the chief priests and Pharisees gathered nearby. The parable is really a summary of their ongoing arrogant display of self-righteousness. They assumed ownership of “proper” spirituality, ultimately taking credit for things that originated with God. This passage teaches that self-righteousness is deadly.

Duration:00:23:59

Seeing is Not Always Believing Part 2

1/19/2020
Matthew 21:23-32 | The chief priests and elders were aconstant source of irritation to Jesus because they refused to believe the truth of hismessage. In part 2 of Seeing is Not Always Believing, Crawford Loritts states that thispassage offers a warning to those who go down that path. There’s a tragic downside to unbelief.

Duration:00:23:59

Seeing is Not Always Believing Part 1

1/12/2020
Matthew 21:23-32 | We’ve all heard the phrase, “seeing is believing.” In reality, that’s not always true. Despite all the evidence, some will simply not believe. When it’s about the Gospel, some will not believe because they’re not desperate enough, they’re deceived or they’re too proud. But belief is required in order to enter God’s Kingdom.

Duration:00:23:59