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Living Love in Disasters - Curt Moore video thumbnail

Living Love in Disasters - Curt Moore

Key Life
Monday September 26, 2016

church mission

Devastating hurricanes, catastrophic flooding, whole communities left in ruins… where is God when disaster strikes? Those standing in the muck get to see him. Join disaster response specialist, Curt Moore, on SBE as he talks about how God shows up in the worst disasters. Love is alive and well in places where most of us wouldn’t choose to go.

Tasting the Salt of Their Tears - 90 Seconds with Steve video thumbnail

Tasting the Salt of Their Tears - 90 Seconds with Steve

Key Life
Friday September 23, 2016

grace 101 steve's sermons

Because of Jesus’ finished work, God’s totally cool with us no matter what. We’re free, really free! One of the ways we can use that freedom is to, like the Apostle Paul said, become all things to all men, serving them to free them too. But before we can be all things to all men, we have to listen and taste the salt of their tears. Here’s a short video from Steve about it.

Drunk and Honest

Steve Brown
Wednesday September 21, 2016

christian life

One time, when they were young, we took our granddaughters to Disney World for a “character dinner.” As we ate dinner, all the Disney characters (Mickey, Pluto and the rest) made their way around, greeting everybody and posing for photos. Our granddaughters…

Politics in the Church - Pockets of Power

Key Life
Tuesday September 20, 2016

church leadership pastors pastors' chat

Formal places of power are often not the real places of power. Sometimes the little old lady teaching the Bible study can have more influence in the church than all the elders and deacons combined. A lot of pastors get into trouble when they don’t recognize these pockets of power. Listen for help with identifying pockets of power and how to deal with them. Don’t wait until it’s too late.

The Wrongness of Being Right

Chad West
Tuesday September 20, 2016

christian life

He was right, but something about the way in which he was right felt very wrong. I couldn’t put into words what it was that I was feeling, but I knew that the way he’d responded wasn’t Christian, even though he is.