Our Two Words - Rev. Dr. Justin Holcomb

Our Two Words - Rev. Dr. Justin Holcomb

Key Life Key Life
Friday July 27, 2018

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God’s two words to us in the Bible are “Law” and “Grace.” If we misunderstand what each word means and how they relate to each other, we’re in a train wreck. And if pastors get this wrong in their preaching, they’re crushing people’s souls and not proclaiming the gospel. Join Rev. Dr. Justin Holcomb at our recent Key Life Pastors’ Pre-Conference. You’ll get clarity on God’s two words that will free you up.

Outside the Camp - Garth Cross

Outside the Camp - Garth Cross

Key Life Key Life
Monday April 10, 2017

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There’s a special kind of suffering reserved for people who have screwed up bad enough to be rejected by communities who say they believe in forgiveness and restoration. It’s a pain that brings perspective, but only after lament. Join Garth Cross on SBE for a discussion of his book, ‘Outside the Camp: A Former Pastor Looks at the Church from a Distance.’

The Justice Calling - Bethany Hoang & Kristen Deede Johnson

The Justice Calling - Bethany Hoang & Kristen Deede Johnson

Key Life Key Life
Monday April 25, 2016

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God hears the cries of his children and calls us to stop sex trafficking, labor slavery, and extreme poverty. But joining God in his work of setting things right in the world requires divine strength that we simply can’t conjure. Join Bethany Hanke Hoang and Kristen Deede Johnson on SBE as they discuss their book, ‘The Justice Calling: Where Passion Meets Perseverance.’

Letter to a Young Theologian

Letter to a Young Theologian

Ryan Reeves Ryan Reeves
Tuesday January 26, 2016

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A mother recently wrote and told me of her son’s interest in theology after stumbling onto my lectures on YouTube. She asked if I would send a note for his birthday, since he has expressed an interest in studying theology in the hope of becoming a teacher. Above all, the need is to understand grace—a truth we all need—and for that I share the letter with you.