Wisdom may not always come with age, but it rarely comes without it. Join Michael Card on Steve Brown, Etc. to find out what we can learn from Jesus’ longest-surviving apostle… no, not Steve Brown, the Apostle John!
Steve Brown will be speaking at the Key Life Pastors Pre-Conference at Liberate 2015, February 19-22 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Here’s Steve’s message from last year’s pre-conference for pastors. We hope you’ll check it out and join us this year. Visit Liberate2015.com for super early bird pricing.
What do we do with tragedy, pain and suffering? Where do we go? With today being the anniversary of the attacks of 9/11, it is an appropriate time to revisit Steve’s thoughts following that day. This is Steve’s letter from November of 2001. What he wrote then is just as true today. And it is always good to be reminded.
What fuels your rage like gas on flame? Rage frightens our children, intimidates our spouses, terrifies our neighbors, scorches coworkers, and galvanizes our bosses to begin finding a way to eliminate our position. In addition it can eviscerate our identity as Christ followers.
God was doing fine before Key Life came along, and he’ll be doing fine long after we’re gone. Still, as long as Key Life exists, we’ll be sharing the message of God’s radical grace to sinners and sufferers. Maybe you’d like to join us. Here’s a message from Key Life’s president, George Bingham, to let you know how.
Religion can make you weird. It can also make you afraid. If God is a police officer at best and a child abuser at worst, you had better be careful, and careful will kill your freedom. If the work of Christ depends on your faithfulness, obedience, and purity, and you must work to maintain your witness, maintaining will kill your freedom. Christians should be (even if they aren’t) dangerous. What happens if you dare to be free?