Recent Broadcasts

Classic Steve on Grace & Communication

By: Key Life on Tuesday July 22, 2014 - In

Steve Brown is best known for two things: the message of radical grace and the ability to communicate that message like none other. His best-selling classics, When Being Good Isn’t Good Enough and How to Talk So People Will Listen have a lot to do with that, and we’re excited to announce that both books have been revised and updated.

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Radical Freedom

By: Steve Brown on Monday July 21, 2014 - In grace 101

God’s grace is radical. It’s for sinners and sufferers. Need a grace injection? Check out this excerpt from Steve’s classic book on grace, When Being Good Isn’t Good Enough.

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The Pastor’s Kid - Barnabas Piper

By: Key Life on Monday July 21, 2014 - In

Barnabas Piper is the son of best-selling author and pastor, John Piper, and he’s on Steve Brown, Etc. this week to talk about his new book, The Pastor’s Kid: Finding Your Own Faith and Identity.

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Grace for One of Those Days

By: Kimm Crandall on Friday July 18, 2014 - In grace 101

The sticker on the back of the jeep in front of me threatens to crush my weak spirit. It has the words, “No Bad Days” encased in a fish outline alluding to the fact that there are no bad days with Christ. What? No bad days?

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Steve’s Devotional - When God Says, “It’s Enough!”

By: Steve Brown on Thursday July 17, 2014 - In steve's devotional

Have you ever met anyone who liked to go to the dentist? The best moment of the visit is when the drill stops and the dentist looks into your mouth and utters those glorious words: “It’s enough. That’s about it.” Once his purpose is accomplished, God says the same thing in our pain and struggle. Take some time this weekend to draw away with Steve’s devotional. It’s good news.

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Had It with Payback Pain?

By: Steve Brown on Monday July 14, 2014 - In grace 101

In our “Born Free” seminar at Key Life, we teach a principle about how change takes place. The principle is this: Real change doesn’t take place until the pain gets greater than the payback. In other words, almost everything we do, believe, and think has a payback attached to it.

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