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Image of God (In 90 Seconds)

Ryan Reeves
Tuesday May 3, 2016

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When we’re talking about the image of God, we’re talking about one of the core convictions that all Christians share. So, what exactly is the image of God? Got 90 seconds? Check out this short video from Dr. Ryan Reeves, Assistant Professor of Historical Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

April’s Top 5 Posts

Key Life
Tuesday May 3, 2016


Our mission at Key Life is to help get you and those you love Home with radical freedom, infectious joy, and surprising faithfulness to Christ. We hope and pray that these posts play a part in pulling that off. If not, at least they got a lot of traffic ; ) Here are the top 5 most read and shared posts from in April.

Jesus Doesn’t Trust Us

Steve Brown
Monday May 2, 2016

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Jesus still gives himself to people. Jesus still redeems, loves, forgives, and teaches them…but only on his terms. He just doesn’t trust himself to them. Why do you think that is so?

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Steve Brown, Etc. Grace Party!

Key Life
Monday May 2, 2016

grace 101 updates

Live music, comedy, sick talent—you don’t have to wait for the Key Life Grace Party on May 20th! Steve and the crew will bring the party to you. Join Buddy Greene, Charlie and Ruth Jones, and Josh Bales on SBE for in-studio performances and discussion about the radically freeing message of God’s grace.

What to Expect

Steve Brown
Wednesday April 27, 2016

christian life pain & suffering

The Bible tells us what to expect as believers. It warns us upfront like, “Beloved, do not think it strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened to you…” (1 Peter 4:12). The Bible, if you read it, describes the normal Christian life.

Seeds from a Trinitarian Tin Cup

Erik Guzman
Tuesday April 26, 2016

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By his Spirit, this Triune God delights to invite us into the eternal joy of the Godhead, into Love himself. Grace is the door to the Trinity, and it’s always open. Single-person gods can’t offer that. They don’t make us their children. At best they make us their servants, but most of the time they make us their slaves.