Steve’s Devotional – The Cost of Getting Over Your Fear

By: Steve Brown on Monday April 20, 2015

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When you get right down to it, most people are not as interested in freedom as they are in security. Given the clear option between freedom (with its attendant responsibility and problems) and dictatorship (with its attendant structure and limits), most people pick dictatorship every time. Why? Because we want to be secure and safe, not free and responsible.


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A Matter of Truth

By: Key Life on Friday April 17, 2015

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“It doesn’t matter what you believe as long as you believe something and you’re sincere about it.” That’s from the pit of hell and it smells like smoke! Truth is not decided by taking a vote. It has to do with ultimate reality and it matters more than our individual agendas. Join Steve as he looks at John 8:31-47 to see the truth that will make you free.

Key Life Pastors’ Chat with Ray Cortese

By: Key Life on Thursday April 16, 2015

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Vocational ministry can be toxic to the soul of the minister. Too often, what starts out as a genuine call to care for souls can end up as a pastor’s grand scheme to validate himself by manipulating the people he loves most. Join Ray Cortese as he talks with Steve about the gospel antidote to the self-deception that breeds this kind of ecclesiastical dysfunction.

Why the Church Matters

By: Steve Brown on Wednesday April 15, 2015

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Some Christians believe that when they come to know Christ, that is all there is to it. We have all heard and maybe even said ourselves, “My religion is something between God and me. It is no one’s business but mine!” If you feel this way, then you’re in for a surprise.

Steve’s Devotional – 5 Ways to Know God’s Will

By: Steve Brown on Monday April 13, 2015

God is not in the business of keeping his will from us. To hear some people talk, you would think he was. Jesus said, “Whoever does the will of God is my brother, and sister, and mother” (Mark 3:35). Most Christians want that kind of relationship, but they don’t know what the will of God is, much less how to do it.

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Searching for Sunday - Rachel Held Evans

By: Key Life on Monday April 13, 2015


Yeah, Jesus still loves his whoring Bride… and he’s not alone. Join Rachel Held Evans on SBE for a discussion of her new book, ‘Searching for Sunday: Loving, Leaving, and Finding the Church.’

The Day I Met Jesus- Frank Viola & Mary DeMuth

By: Guest Bloggers on Saturday April 11, 2015

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In Luke 24, the author tells an incredible story about the risen Christ. Earlier that morning the greatest historical event known to humankind occurred: Jesus of Nazareth rose from the dead. As the sun begins to set, two disciples of Jesus walk from Jerusalem to the town of Emmaus.