Bryan Loritts turns to Isaiah 9 to remind us of who Jesus is, what He came to do, and what He came to deliver us from.
Bryan Loritts is the Lead Pastor of Abundant Life Christian Fellowship in Silicon Valley.
A graduate of Cairn University (formerly Philadelphia College of Bible) and Talbot School of Theology, Bryan Loritts was recently voted one of the top thirty emerging Christian leaders. He is the co-founder of Fellowship Memphis, where he served as Lead Pastor of this multi-ethnic church for 11 years, helping to grow the church from 26 people in a living room to several thousand. Pastor Bryan served as Pastor for Preaching and Mission at Trinity Grace Church in New York City. He is the President of the Kainos Movement, an organization aimed at establishing the multi-ethnic church in America as the new normal. He has written several books including: God on Paper, Letters to a Birmingham Jail, Right Color/Wrong Culture, A Cross Shaped Gospel and his latest, Saving the Saved. Pastor Bryan sits on the Board of Trustees for Biola University and Board of Directors for Pine Cove.
He is the husband of Korie, and proud father of three boys—Quentin, Myles and Jaden.
Why Jesus Came
Herod and Me
Herod knew there could only be one king. He was right. Pastor Bryan Loritts talks about the sovereignty of God at work–even in the ugly parts of the Christmas story.
Love Lays Down Its Rights
Hosea could have left his adulterous wife, Gomer, but chose instead to illustrate the extravagant love of God by continuing to pursue her. Bryan Loritts points out where we fit into the story of Hosea.
Love Looks Strange
God called the prophet Hosea to marry the prostitute Gomer. Pastor Bryan Loritts walks us through the biblical account that illustrates how counter-cultural true love really is.
Slow Cooker Marriage
Bryan Loritts asserts that God’s “kitchen” for building marriages is not equipped with a microwave. God delights in putting us in “slow cooker” situations where we learn patience with our spouse.
What Is A Legacy?
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.
Forgiveness Is Not Optional
From the FamilyLife Today vault, hear classic conversations from Dave and Ann Wilson, Shaunti Feldhahn, David Stoop, and Bryan Loritts about the nature of biblical conflict resolution, and the value of forgiveness.
Navigating Difficult Relationships
Sometimes families are filled with more dysfunction than fun. Bryan Loritts and Lou Priolo help us to know how to forgive, and to check our own hearts as we encounter difficult people.
Forgiving the One You Love
Pastor Bryan Loritts agrees that forgiveness is irrational and costly, but reminds us that it’s also incredibly liberating.
Forgiveness Is Freedom
How do we practice forgiveness in a world of great evils? Pastor Bryan Loritts tells why the parable of the man who owed 10,000 talents is so significant for believers today.