When Being Bad Isn’t Bad Enough

Key Life
Friday October 19, 2018

steve's sermons

Luke 6:27-42 is a radical text that calls us to radical obedience: love your enemies, bless those who curse you, forgive, don’t judge and give with no expectation of anything in return. The only way we can pull any of that off is to realize that’s how God treats us. Watch this message from Steve and you’ll see that only bad people can do truly good things.

Programs

Jesus Got Under My Skin

Steve Brown
Wednesday October 17, 2018

christian life

The questions once plagued me: What am I doing here? Does my living make any difference at all? Where am I going? And then the most important question of all. Is there a God? And if there is, what difference does it make?

Steve’s Devotional - Born to Hope

Steve Brown
Monday October 15, 2018

steve's devotional

Do you have hope? I believe with my whole being that our Christian hope is as solid as the rock on which it’s grounded—the resurrected Christ.  As Christians, we’re born to a living hope. The soft sound of sandaled feet is as real today as it was in the first century.  The One who conquered death is our great hope, and he has secured for us a great future.

Always Be Ready – Hugh & Kathy Ross

Key Life
Monday October 15, 2018

christian life

Sometimes, we see sharing our faith as scary. Hugh and Kathy Ross see it as an adventure! Join Hugh and Kathy Ross on this episode of Steve Brown, Etc. as they talk about their adventures in the faith. Listen as they share their own thrills and challenges of being a Christian and always being ready to give an answer for the hope they have.

Abiding in Christ

Steve Brown
Wednesday October 10, 2018

christian life

So many of us try our best to follow Christ’s example in all we do. And do you know the result? We just end up tired and frustrated. It’s been said so many times, but it’s true: The Christian life isn’t difficult; it’s impossible. It’s been lived by only one person, Jesus Christ. If it’s lived by you, it will only be because Jesus Christ lives it through you.