Key Life Pastors’ Chat with Sharon Hersh

Key Life Pastors’ Chat with Sharon Hersh

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Tuesday August 11, 2015

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No pastor gets married thinking he’s going to break his wedding vows. So how does a man who is committed to God and the message of love end up doing something as unloving as cheating on his wife? Join Steve and Sharon Hersh as they talk with pastors about inappropriate relationships and God’s faithfulness to the unfaithful.

The Church and Women at Risk

The Church and Women at Risk

Lindsey Holcomb Lindsey Holcomb
Tuesday May 12, 2015

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The Christian church has, at its best, been known for exemplary love and sacrificial service to “the least of these”—the poor, oppressed, and marginalized. Such service has provided a powerful witness for the gospel.

Key Life Pastors’ Chat with Ray Cortese

Key Life Pastors’ Chat with Ray Cortese

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Thursday April 16, 2015

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Vocational ministry can be toxic to the soul of the minister. Too often, what starts out as a genuine call to care for souls can end up as a pastor’s grand scheme to validate himself by manipulating the people he loves most. Join Ray Cortese as he talks with Steve about the gospel antidote to the self-deception that breeds this kind of ecclesiastical dysfunction.

Key Life Pastors’ Chat with Dr. Rod Rosenbladt

Key Life Pastors’ Chat with Dr. Rod Rosenbladt

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Thursday March 19, 2015

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At Liberate 2015, Steve got to hang out with Dr. Rod Rosenbladt. We captured some of that time on video and we’re posting it as this month’s Key Life Pastors’ Chat. Pastors, watch as Steve and Dr. Rosenbladt share their collective wisdom from years of communicating the message of God’s radical grace.  It’ll help free you up to keep on truckin’.

The Gospel of Gregalt & The Kids in the Hall

The Gospel of Gregalt & The Kids in the Hall

Erik Guzman Erik Guzman
Tuesday March 17, 2015

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How many times have you gone to church with the weight of the world on your shoulders only to leave with a to-do list? More and more people are answering, “One time too many.” The truth is, Jesus carried the cross on his shoulders, so we don’t have to carry the weight of the world on ours. God has done for us everything he required from us. We can rest in his finished work.