Jesus’ Last Words

Justin Holcomb
Friday April 14, 2017

bible teaching jesus theology

On Good Friday each year we take some time to meditate on the depth of Jesus’ sacrifice for us in suffering a humiliating, bloody death by crucifixion. It’s a time to dwell on what Jesus suffered for us, in all its pain and intensity, without rushing…

Getting Jesus Wrong - Matt Johnson

Key Life
Monday March 20, 2017

jesus theology

Jesus is not a life coach, a movement leader, a cultural visionary, or a blessing dispenser, but you might not know that by listening to many Christians talk about their faith. Are you sure you’re following the right Jesus? Join Matt Johnson on SBE as he talks about his new Key Life book, ‘Getting Jesus Wrong: Giving Up Spiritual Vitamins and Checklist Christianity.’

Unchained - Noel Jesse Heikkinen

Key Life
Monday March 6, 2017

holy spirit jesus sanctification theology

The Bible tells us that it was for freedom that Jesus set us free. How’s that working out for you? Do you still feel chained by sin and guilt? You’re not alone. Join Noel Heikkinen on SBE for a discussion of his new book, ‘Unchained: If Jesus Has Set Us Free, Why Don’t We Feel Free?’

Known - Part 1

Zach Van Dyke
Friday January 27, 2017

doctrines of grace jesus theology

In our best efforts to conceal the worst parts of ourselves, we hide. We hide from ourselves, from others, and from God. The trouble with hiding, though, is that it doesn’t work. Watch this sermon from Zach Van Dyke to learn about the power of being known.

The King’s Son

Steve Brown
Wednesday December 21, 2016

incarnation jesus

Not only did the king like being king, but his people throughout the kingdom praised him for ruling so benevolently and wisely. The people knew they could trust their king to do the right thing for them and for the kingdom, and they were right. Because of the king’s wisdom, the kingdom was prosperous and peaceful.

Because of Bethlehem - Max Lucado

Key Life
Monday December 19, 2016

incarnation jesus

When life gets hard, it’s comforting that God knows what it’s like to be human. He didn’t sit on the outside looking in on our suffering. His love for us compelled him to become one of us, and now we have a sympathetic King on the throne in heaven. Join Max Lucado on SBE for a discussion of his new book, ‘Because of Bethlehem: Love Is Born, Hope Is Here.’