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An Improper Messiah

Key Life
Friday December 14, 2018

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Jesus doesn’t fit into anybody’s mold. Jesus, God in the flesh. Jesus, lover of drunks, traitors and whores. He’s certainly not as religious as some think he should be. Don’t miss this message from Steve as he teaches from the Gospel of Mark about our surprising savior.

Key Life Pastors’ Chat - The Pastoral Handbook of Mental Illness

Key Life
Thursday December 13, 2018

church leadership pastors pastors' chat

Unfortunately, a lot of pastors don’t understand mental illness, or think of it as a purely spiritual problem, and therefore hurt a lot of hurting people. That’s why Steve Bloem wrote The Pastoral Handbook of Mental Illness: A Guide for Training and Reference. Join Steve, with Jerry Parries and Drew Taylor, as he talks with Steve Bloem about how this book can help prepare pastors to deal with mental illness in their congregation.

Grace: The Heart of God

Steve Brown
Wednesday December 12, 2018

grace 101

Life simply won’t work without the safety net of God’s grace. If you’re like me, what defines you and your life includes your issues, your secrets, your need to achieve, your desire to please people and your ambition. It is therefore important to place grace at the very foundation of such a life to understand God’s unconditional acceptance and love. If you don’t and then fail big time (and we all will), your life will end up meaningless and empty.

A War of Loves – David Bennett

Key Life
Monday December 10, 2018

mission

Today David Bennett’s on Steve Brown, Etc. with an unexpected story of being a gay activist who discovered Jesus. David’s going to talk about his supernatural encounter with God and his new book, A War of Loves.

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The Song of the Angels

Key Life
Friday December 7, 2018

incarnation jesus

​If you’re going through a dark time, hang on. When it gets dark enough, you can hear the angels sing. Join Steve Brown to hear the song of the angels to losers, nobodies, prostitutes, drunks, the needy, the fallen, and the hurt. It’s not that angels won’t sing to those who have it all together, it’s just that those people are too busy to listen.