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Lost & Found: Losing Religion, Finding Grace - Available Now!

Key Life
Monday February 20, 2017

updates

Steve Brown is excited to announce that ‘Lost and Found’ is now available. Experience the freeing grace that only Jesus can give. More than a memoir, this new Key Life/New Growth Press book from Kendra Fletcher will help you lose your religion and find your value, worth, significance, hope, and identity in Christ alone. Read on for a FREE chapter!

Steve’s Devotional - I’m Confused about God

Steve Brown
Monday February 20, 2017

steve's devotional

I’m confused about God and I’m confused a lot (but if you say I said that, I’ll say you lied). God ought to be very angry…but he’s not. God’s love should not be unconditional…but it is. God should have washed his hands of us a long time ago…but he hasn’t. That confuses me.

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Lost & Found - Kendra Fletcher

Key Life
Monday February 20, 2017

christian life family pain & suffering parenting

Kendra Fletcher was doing life and religion “right.” Then three of her children were taken to the brink of death in a period of 18 months and it all fell apart. Join Kendra on SBE for a discussion of her new Key Life book, ‘Lost & Found: Losing Religion, Finding Grace.’ You’ll see that being right is a poor substitute for a living relationship with a loving God.

Covenant > Contract

Alex Early
Thursday February 16, 2017

God didn’t draft a contract with Abram or with you. God entered a covenant, saying, “I’m committed to your good no matter how many times you fail, how many times you break my heart. I will lovingly abide with you through unmet expectations. I will bleed for this.”

Steve’s Devotional - Is Grace Too Good to Be True?

Steve Brown
Monday February 13, 2017

steve's devotional

As a pastor I felt called to admonish people to get better. Do you have any idea how hard that was? It was my job description to get people to stop doing what they clearly did not want to stop doing. It was my purpose in life to get people to stop sinning. The fact is, people like to sin or they wouldn’t sin.