No Deathbed Regrets, by Marci Preheim

Guest Bloggers
Tuesday January 24, 2017

christian life pain & suffering

I read an article written by a hospice nurse who made a list of the top five regrets people shared with her from their deathbed. There were some regrets you would expect, working too much, not spending enough time with loved ones, etc. But the number one regret was this: I wish I would have had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.

Finding a Rooted Faith - Fr. Andrew Petiprin

Key Life
Monday January 23, 2017

christian life

Are you desperate for truth and connection in an increasingly mad world? Has religion become a solitary endeavor for you? You may just find the longing of your heart in a rooted faith. Join Key Life author Father Andrew Petiprin on SBE as he tells his story and discusses ‘The Narnia Option.’

Sorry Not Sorry

Matt Johnson
Thursday January 19, 2017

christian life

When I was about seven or eight years old, me and a buddy peed in a neighbor kid’s bike helmet when he wasn’t looking. Just for fun. Unknowingly, he put it back on his head.

All in on Grace - Matt Johnson

Key Life
Monday January 16, 2017

christian life relationships

Forgiveness is a nice idea until someone hurts you badly enough to need it. But our demands for changed behavior before we forgive will clog our arteries with bitterness and kill relationships. It’s better to bet everything on grace and just let it go. Join Key Life author Matt Johnson on SBE as he discusses that and more.

In an Impossible Situation

Steve Brown
Wednesday January 11, 2017

christian life

Jesus just couldn’t get away from all the people who needed him. Jesus went away to a lonely place to rest and to pray in Mark 6, only to have a hungry crowd of five thousand meet him…with no fast food in sight. That is what I’d call an impossible situation.