Humility and How I Achieved It

By: Key Life on Friday August 28, 2015

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Humility, by its very nature, can’t recognize itself. So if you think you have it, you don’t. What is real humility? Join Steve as he teaches from John 3:22-36 about John the Baptist’s statement, “He must increase, but I must decrease.”


The Dark Night of the Soul

By: Steve Brown on Wednesday August 26, 2015

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Are you wandering around a spiritual wilderness and dying of thirst? Does it feel like God has gone away on vacation to Bermuda? I’ve been there and still go there on occasions. For the record, if you find yourself going through a dark night, Christ can identify with your pain and suffering. He can identify with your dark night of the soul. There is hardly a single place in your life right now where Jesus doesn’t say—sometimes with tears—“Yes, child, I know.”

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Count It All As Lost - August Burns Red

By: Key Life on Saturday August 22, 2015


We’ve enjoyed having Jake Luhrs from August Burns Red kicking around the site this week. What better way to wrap up a week of hanging out with Jake than with a little ditty from August Burns Red titled, “Count It All As Lost” from their album Rescue & Restore. ENJOY!!! (Be sure to read that with the appropriate amount of growl).

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When Getting Better Isn’t Happening

By: Key Life on Friday August 21, 2015

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If you’re thinking about walking away from Jesus and his people because you just can’t be good enough long enough, watch this message from Steve first. You’ll hear the hopeful truth that if you don’t leave and you don’t lie about your darkness, your sin won’t be wasted.

Led To Repentance

By: Jessica Thompson on Thursday August 20, 2015

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I pulled over and received my just punishment. I then texted my husband; I was a bit worried about what he would say. I knew the ticket was going to be expensive, and–let’s just say–it wasn’t my first ticket. My husband’s response? “Don’t let it ruin your day.” He showed me kindness. This act of kindness from my husband reminded me of how God shows me kindness when I don’t deserve it; my heart was softened and I was deeply grateful for my husband and his love for me.