He’ll Take Care of It

Key Life
Friday December 8, 2017

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God is a God of justice. Just because he doesn’t balance the books on Thursday doesn’t mean that he doesn’t balance the books. Join Steve for the best sermon you’ll ever hear from the book of Nahum (because it’s the only sermon you’ll ever hear from Nahum). You’ll see that we can rest in the faith that there is a God who will ultimately destroy the evil that plagues us.

Steve’s Devotional - If You Need Therapy

Steve Brown
Monday December 4, 2017

steve's devotional

Who is this Jesus—really? A man who lived hundreds of years before Jesus was ever born has some answers. In Isaiah 9:6-7, Isaiah the prophet looked into the future and prophesied about something—Someone—he had never seen, something—Someone—we look back to. Even Jesus Christ, Wonderful Counselor.

A Counterintuitive Christmas

Key Life
Friday December 1, 2017

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Sometimes Christians need an attack of sanity. In the middle of all the religious nonsense, cliches and superficial stuff, we need to be reminded that there really is a God who loves us and bends down low to walk among his children. This message from Steve may just do it for you.

Steve’s Devotional – Love is Unnatural

Steve Brown
Monday November 27, 2017

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God makes a big deal out of love. In fact, our relationships with our brothers and sisters in Christ are marked by love. Love is so central to the biblical message you would think that, even if we got everything else wrong, we would at least get love right. If God talks so much about love… Why do we love so little? Why don’t you love? Why don’t I love?

Speaking Truth to Power

Key Life
Friday November 24, 2017

steve's sermons

How do you speak truth when it gets people angry? Or when they simply don’t care? Our culture has drastically changed and is in desperate need of truth. As Christians, we’re called to speak it. And speaking truth to power is more important now than ever. Watch as Steve teaches from Acts 5 about speaking our truth Jesus’ way.

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