Steve’s Devotional - Why Do I Still Feel Guilty?

Steve’s Devotional - Why Do I Still Feel Guilty?

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Monday April 1, 2019

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It’s time for the good news. The Scripture says, “For while we were still helpless, at the right time Christ died for the ungodly [that’s everybody]. For one will hardly die for a righteous man; though perhaps for the good man someone would dare even to die. But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us” (Romans 5:6-8).

The Monday After Sunday

The Monday After Sunday

Key Life Key Life
Friday March 29, 2019

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After the Prodigal Son came home from the pig farm, after his father welcomed him with wine, food, and music, he still had to get up the day after the celebration and go back to work in the fields. It’s the same way on Mondays. How do you keep truckin’ without forgetting the taste of Sunday’s wine and the sound of Sunday’s worship? Join Steve to find out.

Repentance Is…

Repentance Is…

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Wednesday March 27, 2019

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Repentance—a source of great spiritual power—isn’t what you think it is. Once you find out what it really is, you may be in for a surprise. Steve explains that it’s all about grace.

Beggar at the Banquet

Beggar at the Banquet

Key Life Key Life
Friday March 22, 2019

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Religion can make you weird. And if you’re already bent in that direction, Lent can make it even worse. It can kill your joy. Everything you do or don’t do at Lent has the danger of missing the very point. Watch this message from Steve to learn what Lent is really all about.

Steve’s Devotional - The Good Shepherd

Steve’s Devotional - The Good Shepherd

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Monday March 18, 2019

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Sheep are just plain dumb. If you are a cattle rancher, you can just let them go out and they will pretty much take care of themselves, but sheep can’t do anything. They require endless attention and meticulous care. Did you know that sheep, more than any other animal, have a mob instinct? If you can get two or three sheep to do something, then you can get the rest to do it. Sheep are also known for their stubbornness. If a sheep learns to do something a certain way, it is almost impossible to teach it any other way. Sheep are the most timid and the most frightened of all the animals. They will run from anything that poses even the slightest danger.

Tasting the Salt of Their Tears - 90 Seconds with Steve

Tasting the Salt of Their Tears - 90 Seconds with Steve

Key Life Key Life
Friday March 15, 2019

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Because of Jesus’ finished work, God’s totally cool with us no matter what. We’re free, really free! One of the ways we can use that freedom is to, like the Apostle Paul said, become all things to all men, serving them to free them too. But before we can be all things to all men, we have to listen and taste the salt of their tears. Here’s a short video from Steve about it.

When Getting Better Doesn’t Matter

When Getting Better Doesn’t Matter

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Wednesday March 13, 2019

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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

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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.