Churchy by Sarah Condon

Guest Bloggers
Saturday May 27, 2017

christian life

In the deeply religious culture of my high school, it sometimes felt as though everyone was falling off some Christian righteousness wagon on a regular basis solely for the thrill of dramatically climbing back on.

Is My Repentance Enough?

Chad West
Thursday May 25, 2017

christian life

I am a robust sinner. You’d think it was my second job to lower myself into the inky depths of sin until it stains me so deeply everyone could see. But not everyone sees. I mean, I know the correct clothes to wear to cover up the stains.

How I Became a Spiritual Giant (Prayer, Love & Goodness)

Steve Brown
Wednesday May 24, 2017

christian life

Almost everything of any importance is found on the way to somewhere else. If you want to be accepted, seek it and you will never find it. If you want to be spiritual, work hard at it, and your lack of spirituality will rival that of a pagan. If you want humility and work at it, your pride will become your most outstanding trait.

Churchy - Sarah Condon

Key Life
Monday May 22, 2017

christian life family parenting women

If you’re looking for an honest, hilarious, and hopeful take from the trenches of modern life, Sarah Condon is the right woman for the job. (If you’re not looking for those things, you should be). Join Sarah on SBE for fun stories and insights from her book, ‘Churchy: The Real Life Adventures of a Wife, Mom, and Priest.’

The World to Which He Came

Alex Early
Thursday May 18, 2017

christian life

What kind of world do you think Jesus came to? This is so important for so many reasons. Because of time, space, and the countless fairytales you’ve heard throughout your life, you might be tempted to overlook the fact that the Jesus of Nazareth actually came to this world. The real world.

Lost and Found

Steve Brown
Wednesday May 17, 2017

christian life

Jesus came to us when we couldn’t come to him. Jesus loved us when we couldn’t love him. Jesus gave us life when we couldn’t get it for ourselves.

Lost & Found - Kendra Fletcher (Re-Air)

Key Life
Monday May 15, 2017

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Kendra Fletcher was doing life and religion “right.” Then three of her children were taken to the brink of death in a period of 18 months and it all fell apart. Join Kendra on SBE for a discussion of her new Key Life book, ‘Lost & Found: Losing Religion, Finding Grace.’ You’ll see that being right is a poor substitute for a living relationship with a loving God.