The Imperfect Disciple - Jared Wilson (Re-Air)

Key Life
Monday October 9, 2017

sanctification

Does the word “discipleship” make you cringe? Have you given up on trying to fit into the Christian subculture mold? Maybe there’s some stuff in your life you’ve tried to quit over and over again, but you just can’t. Well have we got a show for you. Join Jared Wilson on SBE!

All Things New - John Eldredge

Key Life
Monday October 2, 2017

bible teaching jesus salvation theology

If you’re bored by the prospect of an eternal worship service in the clouds, get ready to find hope anchored in God’s promise that the world (including you) will be made new. Join John Eldredge on SBE as he discusses his book, ‘All Things New: Heaven, Earth, and the Restoration of Everything You Love.’

Freedom, Joy…and Dancing

Steve Brown
Wednesday September 13, 2017

holy spirit

Somewhere we have missed something very important about the Christian faith. What we believe is called the “gospel,” and that means “good news.” It has to do with an elusive thing called joy, and somewhere in our efforts to be good and to make others good, to be faithful, and to be holy, we have lost the joy.

Here We Still Stand - Daniel Price & Scott Keith (Re-Air)

Key Life
Monday September 4, 2017

doctrines of grace

2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, when Protestants proclaimed that sinners are saved by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone. That’s worth celebrating! Join Daniel Price and Scott Keith on SBE as they talk about the Here We Still Stand conference and why the Reformation is as relevant as ever.

Beyond the Cosmos - Dr. Hugh Ross

Key Life
Monday August 7, 2017

apologetics theology

Picture, if you will, a world where divine sovereignty and human freedom exist simultaneously. It is a world of paradox where God can be three and one. You have to look beyond length, width, height, and time. To see the truth, you must enter…the Transdimensional Zone! Join Dr. Hugh Ross on SBE.

Accountability

Sarah Taras
Thursday July 20, 2017

sanctification

I’m not against transparency and sharing our failures with others; we need that. Confession is a beautiful part of the Christian life; the gospel does free us to admit we “don’t got this.” It’s just that our tendency is to confess things to people because we want them to fix us with law, rather than sharing our struggles to hear the one thing that makes a hill of beans to sinners.

Divided We Fall, by Luder Whitlock

Guest Bloggers
Thursday July 13, 2017

holy spirit

Biblical Foundations

The tiny Christian church birthed at Pentecost shortly after Jesus ascended has become a vast global presence of diverse nationalities, gifts, and organizational expressions. It has been remarkably adaptive and resilient.…

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