Steve’s Devotional - If You Need Therapy

Steve’s Devotional - If You Need Therapy

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Monday December 4, 2017

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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.

Steve’s Devotional - Salt and Light

Steve’s Devotional - Salt and Light

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Monday November 13, 2017

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First you ask and answer the question, who am I? Then you ask and answer the second question, what can I do? Make sure you don’t get that backwards. Define who you are, then act accordingly. In architecture, it’s “form follows function.” With Christians, it’s “function follows form.”

Steve’s Devotional - Daring to Doubt

Steve’s Devotional - Daring to Doubt

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Monday November 6, 2017

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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.

Steve’s Devotional – Hope for Prodigals

Steve’s Devotional – Hope for Prodigals

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Monday October 16, 2017

steve's devotional

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.