What will be left in your wake when you are gone? Louis Upkins, Crawford Loritts, and Bryan Loritts talk about different kinds of legacies, and challenge us to make sure to leave a legacy that's godly.
Some successful men or women admit that they "stand on the shoulders of giants." For Crawford Loritts, those shoulders belonged to his great-grandfather, Peter Loritts.
It's easy to spot today's problems. What's more difficult is to find solutions to these issues. Pastor and author Crawford Loritts' two-pronged solution is both simple and novel.
The ultimate issue in your marriage and in every aspect of your existence is deciding who or what you will surrender to.
If you're going to leave a legacy, it all begins with answering the question, "Who is your master?"