Personal note from Rachael & Sons
Rachael, the family and our team want you know, in spite of losing a pillar and hero of our spiritual family we are being held by the love of Jesus. Additionally, we wanted to thank you again for all the notes and prayers that we have received! Though we are unable to reply personally to them all they are being read and kept for Rachael and the family! We are grateful and deeply encouraged by this outpouring of love and warm memories of Larry. He ran the race, finished well and was ready to go home.
Memorial Service Details
The Crabb family has requested that attendance at the live events be reserved for friends and family only due to social distancing requirements and space limitations.
-Facial Cover Required
-Social Distancing Protocols will be in place
Memorial Service - Charlotte
Starts on Friday, April 9, 2021 at 1:30PM EDT
Will be live streamed
Community Church at Lake Wylie
104 Hamilton’s Ferry Rd.
Lake Wylie, SC US 29710
Memorial Service - Denver
Starts on Friday, April 16, 2021 at 1:30PM MDT
Will be live streamed
Colorado Christian University - Event Center
8787 W Alameda Ave.
Lakewood, CO 80226
Renowned Christian psychologist, speaker, and Bible teacher Dr. Larry Crabb died on Sunday, February 28th, peacefully and pain free in his home after a 24-year battle with two types of cancer.
Dr. Crabb earned his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Illinois. He was the founder of NewWay Ministries and co-founder of Larger Story. He started and developed the counseling center at Florida Atlantic University and established two other counseling programs, first at Grace Theological Seminary and then at Colorado Christian University which continue today. He was a Distinguished Scholar in Residence at Colorado Christian University in Morrison, Colorado, and taught at Regent College in Vancouver, B.C., Grace Theological Seminary in Winona Lake, Indiana, Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida, as well as the University of Illinois where he was given the Teacher of the Year Award. In 2018, Colorado Christian University named their counseling center after Dr. Crabb.
Dr. Crabb authored his first book in 1975 entitled “Basic Principles of Biblical Counseling.” He wrote over 25 books during his career, winning two Gold Medallion Awards for his titles “Understanding People” and “Inside Out.” He released his final book, “Waiting for Heaven: Freedom from the Incurable Addiction to Self,” in 2020.