A Nail in the Wall

A Nail in the Wall

Lauren R.E. Larkin Lauren R.E. Larkin
Tuesday April 11, 2017

christian life pain & suffering

But over the past couple of days, I’ve come to realize that Luther’s imagery, while very apt to my situation as a stay-at-home-mom/wife and specifically articulated about womanhood in light of the curse, was actually an image that could be broadened to all of humanity.

Undefended - Daniel Bush

Undefended - Daniel Bush

Key Life Key Life
Monday April 3, 2017

christian life pain & suffering

It’s natural to avoid pain and suffering, but what if lowering our defenses actually opens us up to the supernatural? Would an intimate experience with God be worth giving up self-protection? Join Dr. Daniel Bush on SBE as he talks with Steve and the crew about his new book, ‘Undefended: Discovering God When Your Guard Is Down.’

Lost & Found - Kendra Fletcher

Lost & Found - Kendra Fletcher

Key Life Key Life
Monday February 20, 2017

christian life family pain & suffering parenting

Kendra Fletcher was doing life and religion “right.” Then three of her children were taken to the brink of death in a period of 18 months and it all fell apart. Join Kendra on SBE for a discussion of her new Key Life book, ‘Lost & Found: Losing Religion, Finding Grace.’ You’ll see that being right is a poor substitute for a living relationship with a loving God.

No Deathbed Regrets

No Deathbed Regrets

Marci Preheim Marci Preheim
Tuesday January 24, 2017

christian life pain & suffering

I read an article written by a hospice nurse who made a list of the top five regrets people shared with her from their deathbed. There were some regrets you would expect, working too much, not spending enough time with loved ones, etc. But the number one regret was this: I wish I would have had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.