Steve Brown is the founder of Key Life Network, which exists to communicate that the deepest message of the ministry of Jesus is the radical grace of God. Having spent 25 years as a pastor, Brown now devotes much of his time to the radio broadcasts Key Life and Steve Brown, Etc. which are currently heard on more than 600 outlets.
Brown has a B.A. in philosophy and religion from High Point College and an S.T.B. degree from Boston University School of Theology. He is a visiting professor of practical theology at Knox Theological Seminary and at Westminster Theological Seminary. Brown is also an in-demand speaker and the author of numerous books, including A Scandalous Freedom, How to Talk So People Will Listen and Approaching God. His articles have also appeared in many top Christian publications.
Additionally, Brown is a former member of the Board of Directors of the National Religious Broadcasters and a current member of the Board of Harvest, USA.
With such varied experience, Brown refuses to be a “guru,” doesn’t want to be anyone’s mother and gives, in his teaching, the freedom to think. He lives in Florida with his wife, Anna. They have two daughters and three grandchildren.
Books by Steve Brown
Articles By Steve Brown
Love and Convictions
Wednesday March 22, 2017christian life •
How in the world can Christians love one another when we don’t agree on anything but Jesus, don’t think the same way, don’t look alike, or don’t share a common cultural and political understanding of the way things ought to be? And then how can we love one another without selling out our convictions?
Getting Jesus Wrong - FREE Chapter!
Monday March 20, 2017updates •
Want to have some fun? Read Matt Johnson’s new book (just out), ‘Getting Jesus Wrong: Giving Up Spiritual Vitamins and Checklist Christianity.’ I know, our Christian reading ought to be serious, thoughtful and godly. It’s not supposed to be fun. I don’t care. This book is fun, freeing and joyful. The subject in Matt’s book is serious, the insights profound, and the message so valuable…but it’s fun too.
Jesus Shows…and He’s Brought Gifts
Monday March 20, 2017steve's devotional •
I remember the first time it dawned on me that a dead man got out of a grave. It made the hair stand up on my head. (Those were the days when I had hair.)
Life Without the Kicker
Wednesday March 15, 2017christian life •
Some seriously misguided Christians once called a Jewish friend of mine a “Christ killer.” When I told him how very sorry I was for what they had said and how he had been hurt, he didn’t say anything for a minute. He was waiting for me to continue. Then my friend said something that really surprised me, “Steve, I want to thank you for what you said; but more than that, I want to thank you that there was no kicker.”
Steve’s Devotional - Bad Folks Badly in Need of God’s Grace
Monday March 13, 2017steve's devotional •
Are you guilty? Do you struggle with sin? The truth is that we are all (without exception) sinners who don’t deserve or merit God’s grace. We are all bad folks badly in need of God’s grace. “If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us” (1 John 1:8). “In due time Christ died for the ungodly” (Romans 5:6).
Nothing Worse Than a Disney World Christian
Wednesday March 8, 2017christian life •
I’m starting to think about Easter and just finished (as a part of my daily Bible readings) the book of Ecclesiastes. Frankly, with thoughts of Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter and Ecclesiastes, there is a disconnect.
Steve’s Devotional – Personal Jesus
Monday March 6, 2017steve's devotional •
A dead man got up and walked, and he said that we could too. The resurrection of Jesus Christ is a fact but that doesn’t mean anything until it is personal and you have checked out the evidence for yourself.
Giving Up Liver, Okra & Booze
Wednesday March 1, 2017christian life •
If you’re not careful, when you do sacrifice something for Jesus, you start thinking that you’re “getting about even” and become a Pharisee about it, looking down your nose at all those “Christian cretins” who don’t love Jesus enough to repay him for his love.