Rev Stephen Lohoefer
February 3, 2020
Series: You in Five Years
In light of the tragic deaths of Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and the seven others on board the helicopter that crashed, many of us have spent a lot of time this week thinking about this idea of a legacy - and the things we leave behind. For Kobe, much has and will continue to be said about his legacy. Pundits and journalists will talk at length about his career achievements - the championships, accolades, and awards won during his 20 year NBA career.
There is another aspect of a legacy we often overlook. What's the legacy truly matters?