A Matter of Truth

Key Life
Friday August 17, 2018

steve's sermons

“It doesn’t matter what you believe as long as you believe something and you’re sincere about it.” That’s from the pit of hell and it smells like smoke! Truth is not decided by taking a vote. It has to do with ultimate reality and it matters more than our individual agendas. Join Steve as he looks at John 8:31-47 to see the truth that will make you free.

Programs

Afraid, Confused, Searching and Doubting

Steve Brown
Wednesday August 15, 2018

christian life

One of the great things about the Bible is that it allows us to see people the way they really are. Moses made it bush by bush. Peter, James, John, Paul and Timothy made it the same way—bush-by-bush, sin-by-sin, doctrine-by-doctrine, step-by-step.

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Freedom Sunday - Eddie Kaufholz (Re-Air)

Key Life
Monday August 13, 2018

church mission

There are more slaves in the world today than ever before in human history. That’s super hard to wrap your head around, but it’s true. Millions of men, women, and children of all ages are suffering in ways that are hard to imagine. Join Eddie Kaufholz on SBE to hear about the difference IJM is making and how your church can participate in Freedom Sunday on September 23rd.

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Our High Priest - Dr. Steve Brown

Key Life
Friday August 10, 2018

church leadership pastors

Join Steve Brown at the Key Life Pastors’ Pre-Conference for a short teaching from Hebrews 4:14-16. You’ll hear about the heavenly Pastor of pastors who identifies with our weaknesses, shows mercy, welcomes us into divine fellowship, and then invites us to do the same thing for others.

Nothing More Than a Noisy Gong, by Jake Luhrs

Guest Bloggers
Thursday August 9, 2018

christian life

Many people can do the “christian” thing. We can talk to people about Scripture, we can share the Good
News, and we can tithe to our church or donate to a cause. We can even read our Bibles and proclaim to
others how much “we love Jesus.” But if there isn’t love that flows out of those things, then what are we
doing? And why are we doing it?