Running To Win with Erwin Lutzer on Bott Radio

Running To Win Learn More Donate Today

Christian talk radio with Erwin Lutzer

Running the race of life is hard. Yet with the Bible front and center and a heart to encourage, Dr. Erwin Lutzer, Pastor Emeritus of the historic Moody Church in Chicago, takes listeners on a journey into the Word to help them make it across the finish line. Dr. Lutzer shares the good news of the gospel each day on Running to Win.

Recent Episodes

Feb 19

We Are Called To A Living Hope, Part 2 of 2 (Living As God's Community)

The Apostle Peter wrote of the believers living hope, a hope that becomes reality when Jesus appears, the One we love despite having never seen Him. The result? Joy unspeakable and full of glory!

Loading the player...

When you read the headlines, the future looks dark. But believers in the race of life know the goal line is not affected by this present darkness. Peter wrote that were born again to a living hope. How does this hope change our daily lives and prepare us for the world to come?

Loading the player...

Do you ever wonder what you'll look like in eternity? Will others recognize you as you looked on earth? Believers are promised a glorious incorruptible body, and in this message well explore what it will be like when we walk the streets of gold.

Loading the player...

They say it's always darkest just before the dawn. Knowing that a glorious eternal destiny awaits makes any believer's present suffering worthwhile. In this message we learn about the final gift God gives to all who trust Christ.

Loading the player...

Jesus told the disciples that as the good shepherd, He would protect His sheep. But even more, He would give His life for His sheep. This gives believers the security of knowing that, no matter what, they're in the safe-keeping of the savior.

Loading the player...

Load More

Find Broadcast Times

Loading...

Give Back

To support this ministry, write, call, or donate online

Running To Win
1635 North LaSalle
Chicago, IL 60614
888-218-9337