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
Jesus Blew His Nose & Struggled with Lust
Wednesday October 19, 2016christian life •
One of the heretical downsides and dangers for orthodox/evangelical Christians revolves around the incarnation of God in Christ.
Steve’s Devotional - How to Believe
Monday October 17, 2016steve's devotional •
If you are a skeptic or have ever been one, then, chances are, you have had the experience of going to a Christian, asking about his or her faith, only to receive a “You just believe, that’s all” in response. I don’t know about you, but I remember feeling frustrated by that. I already know the problem. What I need is a solution.
Freedom Scares Pharisees to Death
Wednesday October 12, 2016christian life •
Freedom has the power to take away, destroy, break down, and frighten. And it is this very power that we fear. While this may seem a bit harsh, please know that I’m not preaching. I’m doing my best not to be self-righteous about the self-righteous. I don’t want to be a Pharisee about Pharisees. But the truth is, freedom really does scare the Pharisees to death. The question is why?
Living Without a Disclaimer
Monday October 10, 2016steve's devotional •
The Christian life is a life without disclaimers. In other words, I don’t have to pretend anymore, make excuses anymore, cover my tracks anymore or protect myself anymore. It’s why Paul could call himself “the chief of sinners” and even make an embarrassing confession in Romans 7.
Living a Missional Life
Wednesday October 5, 2016christian life •
I feel uncomfortable with the call to live out a radical lifestyle for Jesus so that the world might be impacted…when I have trouble paying the bills, trying to be faithful to the place where God has called me, and mowing the yard.
Are You a Control Freak?
Monday October 3, 2016christian life •
I’m into control. I’m the adult child of an alcoholic and that’s our M.O. We know that every time we’re out of control we get hurt. So I learned to talk well because I could control people with words.
Open Door Policy
Wednesday September 28, 2016christian life •
I have an “open door” policy at Key Life but with a closed door. There’s a lot of noise in our office (we are, after all, a media ministry), a lot of laughter (you can always tell Jesus is present when there’s laughter) and a lot of music.
We’re Never Alone in the Dark
Monday September 26, 2016steve's devotional •
There are times when everything looks bleak and it’s sort of like looking through dark glasses. It passes but, while I’m there, the “dark clouds” in my sky seem to be a very present reality.