Only the Sinner - Josh Bales

By: Guest Bloggers on Tuesday January 27, 2015

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After years of listening to Steve teach me about grace, on a snowy day at seminary while I was supposed to be learning Greek grammar, I picked up my guitar and started pondering the gospel story, Steve’s words, and how much my Heavenly Father loved me in the midst of my brokenness. Download the song, “Only the Sinner,” for free!


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Facing the Music - Jennifer Knapp

By: Key Life on Monday January 26, 2015

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In 2002, Jennifer Knapp was at the height of her career as a contemporary Christian artist. Then she disappeared and left it all behind. Jennifer returned to professional music in 2010 and publicly confirmed that she is gay. Listen to Jennifer tell her story on SBE.

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Being Out of Control

By: Key Life on Friday January 23, 2015

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Are you in a battle you can’t win? Don’t you hate being out of control? A lot of religion is trying to control something that isn’t controllable. We try to fix every problem, answer every question and control everything. This message from Steve will help you experience the relief that comes with realizing you’re not God… and that’s okay.

Hope for Dirtbags Like Me - Chad West

By: Guest Bloggers on Tuesday January 20, 2015

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I want to go to a church where a doctor and a prostitute can bump into each other at the entrance like a bad dirty joke, and walk in holding hands, laughing, and nobody thinks a thing. Because they both know they’re sinners. And they both know they’re loved. You may believe that’s nuts. You may shake your head and remember all the Pharisees you know, and the shame in your own heart, and know it will never happen.

Steve’s Devotional - What about the Past?

By: Steve Brown on Monday January 19, 2015

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We all have a past of problems, sin, mistakes and struggles. The question is, what do you do about your past? Everyone, it seems, has an easy answer: “Forget about your past, there’s nothing you can do about it, anyway.” “Your past is past, let it go.” “The past has nothing to do with the present.”