When Getting Better Doesn’t Matter

When Getting Better Doesn’t Matter

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Wednesday December 28, 2016

grace 101

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.

Two Santas: Law & Gospel

Two Santas: Law & Gospel

Sarah Taras Sarah Taras
Tuesday December 13, 2016

grace 101

I recently tagged along with my BFF who was hired as the photographer for a high-end, two day “Breakfast with Santa” event. The venue hired a different Santa for each day and the contrast between the two of them could not have been more stark.

Be Thankful (Whether or Not You Feel Like It)

Be Thankful (Whether or Not You Feel Like It)

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Wednesday November 23, 2016

grace 101

I suppose we have to be thankful on Thanksgiving. The rest of the year we can “cuss and spit” and complain. But how can I be thankful? Each morning when I go to God, my prayer starts with my list of complaints, my fears and anxieties, and my list of things about which I am certainly not grateful. He always listens and waits until I’m spent. Then God says, “You through?”

No More Tears

No More Tears

Lauren R.E. Larkin Lauren R.E. Larkin
Thursday September 29, 2016

grace 101

I’ve spent a good deal of my adult Christian walk having difficulty accepting God’s free, gracious gift of Grace, of being freely justified by faith in Christ alone.

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 September 23, 2016

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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.