The Art of Rest, by Adam Mabry

The Art of Rest, by Adam Mabry

Guest Bloggers Guest Bloggers
Saturday June 30, 2018

christian life

As good Christian folk, we’re supposed to take the Bible at face value — holding fast to the words of Scripture in the way they come to us. Yet when it comes to rest, we good Christian folk have a tendency to start changing the word of God. Don’t believe me? Have a look.

The Boldness We Fear

The Boldness We Fear

Key Life Key Life
Friday June 29, 2018

steve's sermons

Christians say, “Just be nice” and “Just be holy.” Aren’t you tired of Christians telling you to do something you can’t do? Boldness is like that. We either become serial killers or wusses, nice and sweet all the time. None of that’s true Christian boldness. Join Steve as he looks at the real deal in Acts 4.

Steve’s Devotional - Satan is Real & Out to Get You

Steve’s Devotional - Satan is Real & Out to Get You

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Monday June 25, 2018

steve's devotional

I want to introduce you to someone so evil that most Christians can’t even comprehend that evil. I want to introduce you to a being who is as evil as God is good; as selfish as God is unselfish; and as hateful as God is loving. His name is Satan and he is out to get you. Let’s check out Ephesians 6:10-12.

The Art of Rest - Adam Mabry

The Art of Rest - Adam Mabry

Key Life Key Life
Monday June 25, 2018

christian life

“Come to me, all you who are weary, and I will give you some more stuff to do.” If that sounds like Jesus to you, then you need to drop everything and listen to this episode of SBE. Join Adam Mabry as he talks with Steve and the crew about his new book, ‘The Art of Rest: Faith to Hit Pause in a World That Never Stops.’

Us and Them

Us and Them

Key Life Key Life
Friday June 22, 2018

steve's sermons

There is nothing we can ever do that will cause God to say, “I’ve had it with you.” He will never let us go. But if our salvation is already covered, then why are we still here? Why doesn’t God just take us Home to heaven right now?  Join Steve as he looks at 1 Corinthians 9:12-23 to see that we’re not here for us. We’re here for them.