Keeping Your Marriage Vows

Sept. 24, 2010 Crawford and Karen Loritts speaking at Keeping Your Marriage Vows

Marriage is a sacred covenant relationship. There are forces in our culture that work to weaken our commitment to the vows we made, causing us to drift toward isolation. This workshop will help deepen your commitment to your vows, provide practical wisdom for strengthening your marriage and safeguarding it against the attacks of the enemy, and give you a vision for how God can be glorified through your marriage!

Running Time: 69 minutes


Crawford Loritts: A number of years ago, I was visiting a friend of mine who has a big, gorgeous, lovely home outside Washington, D.C. He was just a great guy, and he and his wife had just purchased this lovely piece of property. So he was showing me around. He has this big, beautiful golden retriever, too. So here we are, and he’s showing me around the property.

It’s several acres and a lovely home, just gorgeous, but I noticed there wasn’t any fence anywhere around the property. It sits back a little bit, but it’s up against a very busy thoroughfare. So we were walking around, and the dog is following us.

When we get ready to go into the house, I noticed that the dog stays out. I said, “George, aren't you afraid the dog will run off and get out in the street or that something’s going …

About the Speaker

Crawford and Karen Loritts

Crawford and Karen Loritts

In 1978, Crawford joined the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ (Cru) serving as a traveling speaker, ministering to both college students and the lay community. Currently Crawford serves as associate director for Cru-USA. In this capacity he gives input to the overall direction of Cru in the United States, mentors younger leaders, and serves as a representative of the organization through his speaking and writing ministry.

Karen Loritts is a speaker, teacher, and author. Karen and Crawford are also featured speakers at FamilyLife's Weekend to Remember marriage conferences. Karen enjoys her four grown children and eleven grandchildren.