Ripping Off The Mask – Steve’s Letter May 2015

By: Steve Brown on Wednesday May 6, 2015

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When Christians first get the fact that they are loved and forgiven unconditionally, and experience the freedom and joy that truth gives them, they have a tendency to quickly take off their masks. We’ve all heard the testimonies of new Christians and, if you’re like me, you’ve probably winced at some of the things that were confessed or revealed. I decided it was important that Christians (while still being authentic) recognize they need to “be careful out there.”


New Key Life Minibooks on Work and Retirement

By: Key Life on Tuesday May 5, 2015


If God’s radical grace changes everything, then how does it relate to things like work and retirement? Key Life and New Growth Press have teamed up to bring you two new minibooks that will help you find freedom in the reality that your self-worth isn’t dependant on what you do, but who you are as a beloved son or daughter of God.

Steve’s Devotional – If God is in Charge

By: Steve Brown on Monday May 4, 2015

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What is God like? The answer to that question determines how I will act, who I am and the very world in which I live. From the beginning of fallen man’s history, God’s existence has been acknowledged as a fact, but God’s nature has been in question. And so man’s questions have centered on the God he or she knew was there: Where is God? What must I do to get his attention? Is he benevolent, or is he a monster? Does he care, or has he gone away to Bermuda on vacation? Does he love? And then very hesitantly: Does he love me?

You Shop & Amazon Donates

By: Key Life on Saturday May 2, 2015


Let’s say that you love buying stuff on Amazon. Further, let’s say that you’re a big sinner who loves the message of radical grace, and that Steve Brown and Key Life have impacted your life (for the better). Finally, let’s also say that you’d like to help set others free from “do more, try harder” religion. If that stuff we just said sounds anything like you, your head is going to explode with joy over AmazonSmile.

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Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

By: Key Life on Friday May 1, 2015

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You know all those people who drive you nuts with their superficial beliefs and spurious views? If you’re a Christian, you’re supposed to love those turkeys while standing up for truth. That’s a tall order. Join Steve as he teaches from Philippians 2:1-11 and 1 Corinthians 1:10 about how to love without sacrificing your convictions.

Love is Not Easily Offended

By: Scott Sauls on Thursday April 30, 2015

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In my role as a Jesus ambassador, I want to nurture environments where people can openly disagree without fear of being caricatured, labeled, or demonized. I favor a tone of tolerance, especially in a world where every subject, it seems, is a heated one—politics, religion, sexuality, privilege and poverty, faith and reason—name your poison.

Divided Loyalties

By: Steve Brown on Wednesday April 29, 2015

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The problem with being political is the problem of divided loyalties. It’s this dual citizenship that can drive one nuts. I’m a citizen of the United States and I love my country. I’m also a citizen of the kingdom of God and I love that country too.

What Do You Do for a Living?

By: Justin Holcomb on Tuesday April 28, 2015

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The question What do you do? is what our culture uses to define ourselves and other people—to determine Who are you? How valuable are you? Many of us see work as a key part of our identity. Our work makes us feel useful—or not, which is why many unemployed and retired people can fall into despair.