Speaking Truth to Power

Speaking Truth to Power

Key Life Key Life
Friday July 19, 2019

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.

Humility and How I Achieved It

Humility and How I Achieved It

Key Life Key Life
Friday July 12, 2019

steve's sermons

Humility, by its very nature, can’t recognize itself. So if you think you have it, you don’t. What is real humility? Join Steve as he teaches from John 3:22-36 about John the Baptist’s statement, “He must increase, but I must decrease.”

Steve’s Devotional - God’s Problem Loving Us

Steve’s Devotional - God’s Problem Loving Us

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Monday July 8, 2019

steve's devotional

Have you ever noticed the way God relates to the world? He never dreams up a new vocabulary. He uses the one we use. He never communicates in a category that is unrelated to human experience. He communicates through it. Love is one of those categories. When we talk about love, we can all understand it to one degree or another—all of us love or have been in love. And it is no accident that the relationship between the Creator and his creation is also one of love.

A Matter of Truth

A Matter of Truth

Key Life Key Life
Friday July 5, 2019

steve's sermons

“It doesn’t matter what you believe as long as you believe something and you’re sincere about it.” That’s from the pit of hell and it smells like smoke! Truth is not decided by taking a vote. It has to do with ultimate reality and it matters more than our individual agendas. Join Steve as he looks at John 8:31-47 to see the truth that will make you free.

If It’s Really Finished

If It’s Really Finished

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Wednesday June 26, 2019

grace 101

When we agree with God’s declaration of what we are—needy, sinful and without a single thing to commend us before him—and that’s settled, we are free to be dangerous.