Finding the Love of Jesus - Elyse Fitzpatrick (Re-Air)

Finding the Love of Jesus - Elyse Fitzpatrick (Re-Air)

Key Life Key Life
Monday July 16, 2018

bible teaching doctrines of grace scripture theology

Is Bible reading just another burden that’s been loaded onto your back by toxic religion? Do you feel guilty when you read it? Do you feel guilty when you don’t? The truth is, reading the Bible doesn’t have to come with all that baggage. Join Elyse Fitzpatrick on SBE for a discussion of her new book, ‘Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation.’

Forgetting Those Things - Jerry Q. Parries

Forgetting Those Things - Jerry Q. Parries

Key Life Key Life
Friday July 13, 2018

grace encounter conference

Most of us grew up with that old time religion: do more, try harder, and maybe God won’t be too ticked at you. Well, an encounter with Jesus will turn that on its head and require us to believe something far less common. Join Jerry Q. Parries for his Grace Moment at Grace Encounter 2018. You’ll be encouraged to forget all that stuff about working your way into God’s good graces and trust in the finished work of Jesus.

The Dark Night of the Soul

The Dark Night of the Soul

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Wednesday July 11, 2018

christian life pain & suffering

Are you wandering around a spiritual wilderness and dying of thirst? Does it feel like God has gone away on vacation to Bermuda? I’ve been there and still go there on occasions. For the record, if you find yourself going through a dark night, Christ can identify with your pain and suffering. He can identify with your dark night of the soul. There is hardly a single place in your life right now where Jesus doesn’t say—sometimes with tears—“Yes, child, I know.”

Steve’s Devotional - Ever Feel Helpless?

Steve’s Devotional - Ever Feel Helpless?

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Monday July 9, 2018

steve's devotional

When you’re young, there’s no problem that can’t be solved, no mountain that can’t be climbed, and no challenge that is too big to accept. But as you get older (and some folks get “older” sooner), you begin to realize that some problems exist that just don’t have solutions.