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
Steve’s Devotional - Being Helpless
Monday April 24, 2017steve's devotional •
Feeling helpless? Take a moment this week to draw away with Steve’s devotional. You are not without resource…far from it. God helps those who can’t help themselves and know it.
How to Lose Your Freedom
Wednesday April 19, 2017grace 101 •
If you are a Christian, you are radically free. No, I don’t mean you are free with a number of ifs, ands, and buts. I mean you are really free. No disclaimer. No addendum. No qualifying points. You are free. But if that’s true (and it is), then why are so many of us, as Christians, bound by the law? Our focus is wrong.
Steve’s Devotional - The Good Shepherd
Monday April 17, 2017steve's devotional •
Sheep are just plain dumb. If you are a cattle rancher, you can just let them go out and they will pretty much take care of themselves, but sheep can’t do anything. They require endless attention and meticulous care. Did you know that sheep, more than any other animal, have a mob instinct? If you can get two or three sheep to do something, then you can get the rest to do it. Sheep are also known for their stubbornness. If a sheep learns to do something a certain way, it is almost impossible to teach it any other way. Sheep are the most timid and the most frightened of all the animals. They will run from anything that poses even the slightest danger.
6 Proofs of Christ’s Resurrection
Wednesday April 12, 2017apologetics • incarnation • jesus •
How can we possibly believe in the actual resurrection of Christ? How do we know it even happened at all? The implications, either way, are earth shattering.
Steve’s Devotional - Crosses & Crowns
Monday April 10, 2017steve's devotional •
Are you in pain? In the garden of Gethsemane and facing the cross, Christ identifies with you. Take time this Easter Week to draw away with Steve Brown’s devotional blog. God’s comfort is yours.
Easter and CSI
Wednesday April 5, 2017steve's letters •
The Resurrection is an exclamation point for everything Jesus demonstrated and taught. It really isn’t a big deal when a religious figure talks about religious things. That’s what religious people do. But if that person got out of a grave after he was stone cold dead, only very shallow and silly people will ignore what he taught. Jesus said that we are loved by God (Oh yeah, it doesn’t feel like it sometimes), forgiven (You don’t know what I’ve done) and valuable (Nobody else thinks so). But aside from our feelings, what he taught is true.
Steve’s Devotional - Dead, Dirty and Weak…That’s Us
Monday April 3, 2017steve's devotional •
There is great freedom in being a seed and watching the growth.
Why Jesus Had to Die
Wednesday March 29, 2017christian life •
It was 4:30 in the morning when I received the phone call. A man on the other end of the wire told me a house was on fire—the house of people I loved.