August’s Top 5 Posts

By: Key Life on Tuesday September 1, 2015

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Sometimes, we’re surrounded by grief and temptation and we don’t know what to say or who to turn to. Check out the top 5 most read and shared posts from August to hear the wonderful truth that God is there, even when it’s dark.

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Steve’s Devotional - Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid

By: Steve Brown on Monday August 31, 2015

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Behind the surreal news, the surmise of “experts” who don’t know what they are talking about any more than we do, the silly atheists who say that we’re on our own, and the shallowness of what everybody says is important…there is a Commander of the armies who rules, sustains and works all things according to his will. If you forget about the Commander, it will drive you nuts.

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Fool’s Talk - Dr. Os Guinness

By: Key Life on Monday August 31, 2015

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Join Os Guinness on SBE as he discusses his book, ‘Fool’s Talk: Recovering the Art of Christian Persuasion.’ Discover how to be a subversive communicator of the gospel to people who aren’t interested in it.

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Humility and How I Achieved It

By: Key Life on Friday August 28, 2015

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Humility, by its very nature, can’t recognize itself. So if you think you have it, you don’t. What is real humility? Join Steve as he teaches from John 3:22-36 about John the Baptist’s statement, “He must increase, but I must decrease.”

The Dark Night of the Soul

By: Steve Brown on Wednesday August 26, 2015

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Are you wandering around a spiritual wilderness and dying of thirst? Does it feel like God has gone away on vacation to Bermuda? I’ve been there and still go there on occasions. For the record, if you find yourself going through a dark night, Christ can identify with your pain and suffering. He can identify with your dark night of the soul. There is hardly a single place in your life right now where Jesus doesn’t say—sometimes with tears—“Yes, child, I know.”