When Jesus Leaves the Building

Key Life
Friday February 5, 2016

steve's sermons

In Luke 4, we see that grace is Jesus’ job description. He came to bring good news and radical freedom to poor prisoners and sick sinners. When Jesus is in the building, it’s all good… but there is a kicker. Grace is only good news for those who need it. Join Steve to find out what on earth would make Jesus leave the building.

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January 2016 Top 5 Posts

Key Life
Thursday February 4, 2016

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Did you miss something radically freeing? Looking for a quick glance at what Key Life is all about? We have you covered. Here are the posts people have read and shared the most in January.

God is Capricious

Robin DeMurga
Tuesday February 2, 2016

christian life pain & suffering

After I heard that my sister was diagnosed with breast cancer, I spent that night nauseous and on the floor by the toilet, trying to throw up the news. It didn’t work. My number one fear had happened to my baby sister.

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Law, Gospel… and Movies - Dave Zahl

Key Life
Monday February 1, 2016

doctrines of grace salvation sanctification theology

It’s a real problem when Dave Zahl from Mockingbird agrees to be on your talk show: he’s so enjoyable to talk to about so many things. Steve wanted to talk about law and gospel. The rest of the crew wanted to talk about movies. We tried to do both, but… well, take a listen for yourself. (Like C-3PO said, “Let the Wookiee win.”)

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The Tears of Jesus - Part 3

Key Life
Friday January 29, 2016

steve's sermons

One of the craziest things Christians believe is that if we do it right, if we’re good and nice, and if we study the Bible and pray enough, then everything will be wonderful. We’ll join hands with Jesus and walk off into the sunset together. That’s nuts! It’s dangerous and it’s just not true. Watch this message from Steve for the real deal.

Run, Dog, Run!

Lauren R.E. Larkin
Thursday January 28, 2016

grace 101

When Christ is turned into a taskmaster and tyrant, people are wounded, become skeptical, and flee the one place that should have been a word of life because it has become a word of death.