Steve’s Devotional – Hope for Prodigals

Steve Brown
Monday October 16, 2017

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The message of the gospel of Jesus Christ is one of great joy and great freedom. If Jesus radically changed things (and he did), why is it so hard to see a change? We can be dying inside. We can feel so guilty. We can sin so badly that we feel dirty all the time. We can be holding on “by our fingernails.” We can be bleeding from the wounds of life and from the wounds of other people. Yet when someone asks how we’re doing, what do we say? “Fine.” The honest fact is that we’re not fine.

The Tears of Jesus - Part 1

Key Life
Friday October 13, 2017

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What do we do when life gets dark, empty, and lonely… when the pain just won’t go away? Getting more religious certainly doesn’t help, but Jesus can. Check out this message from Steve Brown as he watches Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane to see how he dealt with the darkness.

The Boldness We Fear

Key Life
Friday October 6, 2017

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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.

When the Noise is Too Loud

Key Life
Friday September 29, 2017

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Are you like Martha in Luke 10, anxious and troubled about many things? What do you do when the noise is too loud? Jesus had something to teach Martha, and us too. This message from Steve will help you to stop, be quiet and find peace at Jesus’ feet.

When Prodigals Go Back to the Pigs

Key Life
Friday September 22, 2017

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Most of us believe that the prodigal son who came home in Luke 15 stayed at home, joined hands with his father, and lived happily ever after. It didn’t happen that way. It never does. We are always attracted back to the pig farm. Join Steve Brown for this message and you’ll see that the Gospel isn’t just for the lost. It’s for the saved too.

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