When Getting Better Doesn’t Matter

When Getting Better Doesn’t Matter

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Wednesday March 13, 2019

grace 101

Are you constantly trying to “get better”? How’s it working for you? Chances are, it’s up and down. One step forward, two steps back. No wonder you’re tired. So why not just give up? Check out Steve’s blog for some grace-filled relief.

Steve’s Devotional - Daring to Doubt

Steve’s Devotional - Daring to Doubt

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Monday March 11, 2019

steve's devotional

Do you have doubts about the faith? “No,” you say, “I’ve been a Christian for years.” You don’t understand. I didn’t ask if you were a Christian or not. I asked if you had some doubts, perhaps a nagging question in the back of your mind, “Is this stuff really true?” It’s okay to ask that question. In fact, it’s normal.

Nate Pyle - More Than You Can Handle

Nate Pyle - More Than You Can Handle

Key Life Key Life
Monday March 11, 2019

pain & suffering

God never gives you more than you can handle… Yeah, right! We’re talking to Nate Pyle on Steve Brown, Etc. about his new book, More Than You Can Handle. When we go through difficult situations, it doesn’t mean we’re not trying hard enough or faithful enough, it reminds us that a God who loves us is bigger than us, AND our pain, so we can trust him to get us through.

The Requests for Which He Prayed

The Requests for Which He Prayed

Key Life Key Life
Friday March 8, 2019

steve's sermons

Scripture teaches that we’ll get anything we pray for… as long as we ask for things within God’s will. (You can find that divine fine print after the asterisk in 1 John 5:14-15.) Besides allowing God to ignore all those requests for Italian sports cars, that little nugget of truth begs a question: What exactly is God’s will? Watch this message from Steve to find out.

Morality: The Great Distractor,  by Ryan Stanley

Morality: The Great Distractor,  by Ryan Stanley

Guest Bloggers Guest Bloggers
Thursday March 7, 2019

grace 101

We go to church and hear sermons about how the bible encourages us to be better people and then we spend the week focused on bettering our morality. We go off and read the bible the same way it was preached—as a manual on how to be a better person. Meanwhile Jesus stands inviting us into a real relationship.