Erik Guzman

Erik has worked with Steve Brown for over 18 years. He is VP of Communications & Executive Producer at Key Life Network. Erik is co-host of the nationally syndicated talk show Steve Brown, Etc. and announcer for Key Life.

Erik is also the author of The Seed: A True Myth and The Gift of Addiction: How God Redeems Our Pain.

He has a BA in Mass Communication and an MBA. Erik is perpetually working toward a Masters in Theological Studies.

Erik’s wife tolerates his insanity and his three children enjoy it.

Erik is also a drummer, a 5th degree black belt in Aikido, and a self-obsessed over-achiever who can’t stop talking about himself.

Books by Erik Guzman

Articles By Erik Guzman

I Love God for Letting Me Hate Him

Thursday September 1, 2016

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Only a real Christian can be insane enough to curse God and thank him at the very same time. And, as depressed as I am, that thought makes me smile. I have a real faith giving me hope that one day God will wipe away every tear from my puffy eyes.

Don’t You Wish It Were True?

Tuesday June 21, 2016

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Before you reject the Christian faith, make sure you’re rejecting the real thing. Reject the indiscriminate love God has for you. Reject the message that God helps those who can’t help themselves. But don’t miss out on all the freedom and joy that could be yours because you missed the real Jesus while rejecting the twisted version of Jesus so many offer today.

Grace Is Just a Door

Tuesday June 7, 2016

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Sometimes I wake up at two or three in the morning with thoughts racing, unable to go back to sleep. I’ll often pour a bath in the middle of the night and float in the dark. Sometimes I have to write my thoughts down to get them out of my head or I won’t be able to relax, so I grab my phone and start taking notes. That’s where this little devotional came from.

Chapter 1 - Shadows

Tuesday May 24, 2016

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I humbly submit for your approval and titillation the first chapter of my new book, ‘The Seed: A True Myth.’ As the chapter title suggests, more than one shadow appears here. Don’t be fooled. All shadows are not created equal ; ) Feel free to download this chapter using the link in the post. You’ll also get my author’s note about fractals and a complete chapter listing. Then buy the book. Key Life needs the money.

The Seed - Questions & Answers

Tuesday May 10, 2016

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The marketing push for my book ‘The Seed: A True Myth’ is moving into full tilt boogie. Maybe you’ve heard me talking about my mythic spiritual memoir, the shadow, and the Love Fractal, and you’re wondering what my blessed buffoonery is all about. Here’s a Q & A session I did on the book. I hope you’ll find the behind the scenes stuff interesting… and frolic with me in the freedom outside of our labyrinths!

Seeds from a Trinitarian Tin Cup

Tuesday April 26, 2016

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By his Spirit, this Triune God delights to invite us into the eternal joy of the Godhead, into Love himself. Grace is the door to the Trinity, and it’s always open. Single-person gods can’t offer that. They don’t make us their children. At best they make us their servants, but most of the time they make us their slaves.

The Seed, the Man, and a Takedown

Wednesday April 6, 2016

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Yesterday I posted a picture on social media of President Obama holding my soon-to-be-released book, ‘The Seed: A True Myth.’ I thought it would be obvious it was a doctored photo and intended as a parody of the picture many have seen of the president holding Eric Metaxas’ book on Bonhoeffer. I thought it was funny. Others thought it was illegal.

Abusing Alcohol… and Grace

Tuesday March 29, 2016

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I abuse God’s grace to get what I want. Every time I do, I reveal that I’m selfish, twisted, and weak. I’m a sucker for the cheap alternative to the peace that surpasses all understanding, and my wife and my God suffer my rejection of their love. I’m ashamed of that, but it’s the truth.