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?’

The Art of Law and Gospel - RJ Grunewald (Re-Air)

Key Life
Monday September 12, 2016

doctrines of grace salvation sanctification theology

We have some bad news and some good news. The bad news is that you’re a lot worse than you think. The good news is that God’s grace is bigger than you can think. Join RJ Grunewald on SBE for a discussion of his new book, ‘The Art of Law and Gospel,’ and you’ll hear the hopeful truth that God’s mind-blowing love is only seen in the face of our unloveliness.

Tickets to the State of Guilt, by Daniel Bush & Noel Due

Guest Bloggers
Thursday July 21, 2016


True doctrine never stands alone, as a cudgel in our hands with which to batter our opponents. The truth liberates, bringing us into a realm of love, joy, peace, goodness, and hope, heretofore entirely unknown. In short, the Truth, Jesus, speaks the truth of his gospel into our hearts, and the Spirit produces his fruit, launching us into true freedom.

I See You: Loving Your Neighbor as Yourself

Lauren R.E. Larkin
Tuesday June 28, 2016


Sometimes it’s just the little things that make all the difference. Often times when we think and talk about loving our neighbor as ourselves, the conversation (both internal and external) will veer in the direction of radical acts to serve people who are hungry and homeless, the community around us, or the greater needs of those who are suffering world wide.

Getting Better by Not Trying Harder

Chad West
Tuesday April 12, 2016

holy spirit sanctification

Far from what a lot of highly worried religious folks think, we grace people do have a deep affinity toward ethics. We just don’t lie down and take the petty, authoritarian, moralistic silliness some people try to say is integral to the Christian faith. (I’m looking at you, works righteousness.) And I don’t think you can have a decent discussion about Christ-like ethics without talking about sanctification—the process by which we become more like Christ.

Raising Jonah - Act 4

Zach Van Dyke
Friday March 25, 2016

bible teaching sanctification

At the end of our story, Jonah is back where he started, angry at God, but he’s different. Instead of fleeing in resentment, he faces his merciful Maker. Join Zach Van Dyke for the last message in his series, Raising Jonah. You’ll see that when you come to the place where you can tell God what you really think about his grace for those you hate… that’s growth.