Raising Jonah - Act 4

Raising Jonah - Act 4

Zach Van Dyke Zach Van Dyke
Friday March 25, 2016

bible teaching sanctification

At the end of our story, Jonah is back where he started, angry at God, but he’s different. Instead of fleeing in resentment, he faces his merciful Maker. Join Zach Van Dyke for the last message in his series, Raising Jonah. You’ll see that when you come to the place where you can tell God what you really think about his grace for those you hate… that’s growth.

Law, Gospel… and Movies - Dave Zahl

Law, Gospel… and Movies - Dave Zahl

Key Life Key Life
Monday February 1, 2016

doctrines of grace salvation sanctification theology

It’s a real problem when Dave Zahl from Mockingbird agrees to be on your talk show: he’s so enjoyable to talk to about so many things. Steve wanted to talk about law and gospel. The rest of the crew wanted to talk about movies. We tried to do both, but… well, take a listen for yourself. (Like C-3PO said, “Let the Wookiee win.”)

Christ Hold Fast - Elyse Fitzpatrick & Dan Price

Christ Hold Fast - Elyse Fitzpatrick & Dan Price

Key Life Key Life
Monday January 11, 2016

doctrines of grace salvation sanctification theology

You’ve probably played telephone. One person whispers a message to the next, and so on, until the last person announces the message to the group. Often, things have been lost and distorted along the way. Ever think something like that has happened to the good news of Jesus? Join Elyse Fitzpatrick and Dan Price on SBE for some freeing gospel clarity.

He Loves Me, You Love Me Not

He Loves Me, You Love Me Not

Lauren R.E. Larkin Lauren R.E. Larkin
Thursday December 10, 2015

sanctification

I am justified by faith apart from works. How does the event of justification shine light here, in these dark places of approval and disapproval? How does the real, actual event of being justified have any word of comfort to speak to me here, in my relationships, in how I view myself and am viewed by others?

A World of Love

A World of Love

Chad West Chad West
Thursday September 17, 2015

holy spirit sanctification theology

There are two types of righteousness in the Christian faith. Martin Luther labeled these two as passive and active. Passive is the righteousness that we receive from God. We do nothing to receive it. Active righteousness is our good works, overflowing from a thankful heart, a new heart created in us by God through a new will empowered by God’s Holy Spirit.

My Big Fat Sloppy Sanctification, by Mike Adams

My Big Fat Sloppy Sanctification, by Mike Adams

Guest Bloggers Guest Bloggers
Thursday September 10, 2015

sanctification

Life is messy. Sloppy, really. We like to pretend it isn’t, but it is. We prefer hiding behind whatever mask we’re wearing in the moment that we think hides our messiness and undone-ness from others. But it doesn’t. Not really. Nowhere is this more true than inside the church.

Why the Burden is Lighter Than You Think

Why the Burden is Lighter Than You Think

Chad West Chad West
Thursday March 26, 2015

doctrines of grace sanctification

I was at a get-together the other night and someone asked if anyone else had the experience of feeling guilty and not being able to tell if it was true guilt or if it came from the years of the superficial guilt over everything we were indoctrinated with by the weak religion of our youths. It was one of those moments where my chest tightened with excitement and my eyes widened. It’s a struggle I’ve had for years.