The Benefits of Preaching Law

Marci Preheim
Thursday July 27, 2017

grace 101

Ahhhhhhh, towing the line, having a foot in both camps, tossing a bone to legalists for appeasement, riding the fence. Throw in a side helping of law with that gospel order. All of this is evidence of the fear of man.

Where’s the Line? - 60 Seconds with Steve

Key Life
Friday July 21, 2017

grace 101 steve's sermons

God’s not mad at his children. He loves the worst of us just as much as he loves Jesus, and there’s nothing we can do to make him love us any more or any less. We don’t have to be good to stay in the family, because Jesus was good for us. That’s incredibly good news! So much so that many fear its power and hide the gospel in religion. Check out this short video from Steve, then watch the entire message, The Weird Ways of God.

You Can’t Do It On Your Own

Steve Brown
Wednesday July 19, 2017

grace 101

Grace literally means “favor.” When it refers to God, it means the unmerited favor of God toward us. In fact, grace is an attribute of God. God doesn’t just act in a gracious way. God is defined by grace. God is grace.

Only Good News

Steve Brown
Wednesday June 21, 2017

grace 101

Do you feel guilty? What about ashamed and down? I’ve got some good news from Romans 8:31-39 for you. It’s all good news…and only good news.

Sometimes an Infant Can Bring You Rest

Lauren R.E. Larkin
Tuesday May 16, 2017

grace 101

Sometimes an infant can bring you rest. No I’m not crazy; I have three kids, the youngest born just last October. I did say “sometimes”! Infants in general DO NOT bring you rest, specifically Larkin babies, they love to scream…all day and night. I once wrote a sermon bobbing up and down for two hours to keep the baby asleep…Infants are A LOT of work and rest is not a word associated with them…typically. But sometimes, as a nursing mother, I have certain moments where my baby pins me down to a couch or a bed, rendering me incapable of doing anything but just sitting there, silent, doing absolutely nothing.

How to Lose Your Freedom

Steve Brown
Wednesday April 19, 2017

grace 101

If you are a Christian, you are radically free. No, I don’t mean you are free with a number of ifs, ands, and buts. I mean you are really free. No disclaimer. No addendum. No qualifying points. You are free. But if that’s true (and it is), then why are so many of us, as Christians, bound by the law? Our focus is wrong.

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