Freedom Scares Pharisees to Death

Steve Brown
Wednesday August 30, 2017

christian life

Freedom has the power to take away, destroy, break down, and frighten. And it is this very power that we fear. While this may seem a bit harsh, please know that I’m not preaching. I’m doing my best not to be self-righteous about the self-righteous. I don’t want to be a Pharisee about Pharisees. But the truth is, freedom really does scare the Pharisees to death. The question is why?

Where is God in Our Pain?

Steve Brown
Monday August 28, 2017

christian life

I’ve been doing this for a lot of years. I’ve cleaned up after more suicides, buried more babies, stood by more deathbeds and watched the pain of more people than I can even remember. And each time it’s fresh and horrible.

Women and Lust - Sarah Taras

Key Life
Monday August 28, 2017

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Women who struggle with lust often think they are alone. Most of the time when they hear others talk about problems with sexual addiction, they’re referencing men. But women also struggle with these issues, and they need encouragement to bring their struggle into the open where they can experience the forgiveness and freedom Jesus offers. Join Sarah Taras on SBE for a conversation about her new Key Life minibook, ‘Women and Lust: Exposed, Forgiven and Embraced.’

On the Outside Looking In

Key Life
Friday August 25, 2017

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No matter how smart or beautiful or popular or athletic you are, everyone has felt the sting of rejection. That’s a good thing, because only somebody who is excluded and shamed can help somebody who is excluded and shamed. Join Steve as he teaches from Luke 7:36-50 about the places to go, the rules to break, the agendas to sideline, and the love to experience if you want to include the excluded.

What is Christianity Ultimately About?

Kevin Labby
Thursday August 24, 2017

christian life

If you were to ask many people today “What is Christianity?” they would probably say something along the lines of “getting right with God.” And by “getting right with God” they would mean some sort of moral performance – thinking the right things, saying the right things, and doing the right things. Christianity, to many people in our culture today, is primarily about morality.

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