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.

Lost & Found - Kendra Fletcher

Key Life
Monday January 9, 2017

christian life family pain & suffering parenting women

Kendra Fletcher is a homeschooling mother of eight who had it all together. Everything was dialed in—the right schooling, the right theology, the right church. Then it all fell apart and her family learned that being “right” wasn’t a good substitute for a living relationship with a loving God. Join Kendra on SBE to hear her story and get a sneak peek into her upcoming Key Life/New Growth Press book, ‘Lost and Found: Losing Religion, Finding Grace.’

Mister Preacher - Chad West

Key Life
Monday January 2, 2017

christian life pain & suffering

Chad West used to be a pastor. When that life fell apart, he loaded the few possessions he cared about into the back seat of his car, gave away or burned the rest, and drove off to start over with no real plan except to follow his heart. Join Chad on SBE. If you’re wishing you had the faith for a fresh start in 2017, Chad’s story will either inspire you or really freak you out.

A Mirror Dimly - Zach Bolen

Key Life
Monday December 5, 2016

christian life pain & suffering youth

When trusted spiritual leaders fall, when we watch the innocent suffer, when death hits home… hard questions often give way to doubt. That can be scary for people who define themselves by their faith. Join Zach Bolen, lead singer for Citizens and Saints, on SBE as he talks about doubt, faith, and putting it all to music.

Heal Us Emmanuel - Ray Cortese

Key Life
Friday November 11, 2016

christian life pain & suffering relationships

Radical grace frees us to be brutally honest about ourselves. Because God loves us unconditionally, we can acknowledge our sins without fear, let go of self-justification, apologize, and seek reconciliation. When we realize we’re all screwed up and all loved, people who don’t usually get together can walk together. This message from Ray Cortese is a perfect example of how God’s grace can heal the racial divide in our churches and hurting communities.