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Creating a Legacy

What kind of legacy for tomorrow are you creating today? When the next generation looks back on your life, how will they remember you?

Creating a Legacy will guide you on your journey toward noble character motivated by a clear calling. You’ll look back on where you came from and see how God made you who you are. You’ll look to His Word to find out where you should be going and who you’re becoming. You’ll take positive steps toward overcoming obstacles and avoiding tragic falls. You’ll also discover how your life can become a legacy for the benefit of those who come after you.

Messages in this Series

Creating a Legacy of Responsibility

The 18th century preacher Jonathan Edwards wrote 70 resolutions before the age of 20. He knew obstacles were inevitable, so many of his resolutions were written to address this challenge. No matter the difficulties that came before him, he resolved to continue upon the path laid out for him by God. That’s responsibility, which is our topic for this message.

Creating a Legacy of Moral Purity

At the height of his success, King David fell in the midst of battle. But his lost battle wasn’t against the lion, the bear, the giant, or the Philistines. David lost the battle against himself. Before we examine the tragic episode in David’s life that would forever mar his legacy, it’s important that we understand that this is not simply an objective autopsy of one man’s failure. It’s a warning to all of us. Everything that’s discovered about David—his mistakes and his weaknesses—apply to everyone.