Xenos Summer Institute | July 13-15, 2022

The 2022 Xenos Summer Institute is July 13th through the 15th. This year the theme is Last = First. Jesus made the statement, "many who are first will be last, and many who are last will be first" (Matthew 19:30). Christ's followers are called to lose their lives for Him (Mark 8:35); His leaders are to be "least" (Luke 9:48).  How shall we understand these statements? How should we apply them, especially in such a time of upheaval?  This conference will answer these questions and more by cutting to the heart of Christian leadership and service.  


Dr. Crawford Loritts

Dr. Crawford Loritts graduated from Carin University and was ordained to the ministry in March 1972. He has received five honorary Doctorates (Biola Univ., Cairn Univ., Moody Bible Institute, Trinity International Univ., and Columbia International Univ.). Dr. Loritts has been the featured speaker at Super Bowls, NCAA Final Four Chapel, and the Pentagon with senior military officers.  He is a visiting professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, an author, and a host of two national radio programs: the weekend program Living a Legacy, and the daily program Legacy Moments. Dr. Loritts served as the Senior Pastor at Fellowship Bible Church in Roswell, GA for 15 years. He is President and Founder of Beyond Our Generation and is committed to encouraging and helping to shape the next generation of Christian leaders.

Dr. Loritts and his wife, Karen, are featured speakers at Family Life marriage conferences. They have 4 adult children and 11 grandchildren.

Dr. Eric Mason

Dr. Eric Mason is the founder and lead pastor of Epiphany Fellowship in Philadelphia, PA. Urban ministry is the heartbeat of his ministry and calling. He helps coach and train families to plant churches in cities locally, nationally, and internationally. Dr. Mason is the founder and President of Thriving, an urban resource organization committed to developing leaders. He is an author and recipient of multiple earned degrees, including a Master of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary and a Doctoral degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He has served as an adjunct professor at the College of Biblical Studies in Houston and at Biblical Theological Seminary outside of Philadelphia.

He is married to Yvette and has three sons, Immanuel, Nehemiah, Ephraim and one living daughter, Amalyah. Dr. Mason considers himself a foodie, coffee snob and enjoys reading, writing, art, and biking.