Kevin Labby is one of the pastors of Willow Creek Presbyterian Church in Winter Springs, FL.
A graduate of Grove City College (BA, Political Science), Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and the Department of Leadership Studies at Geneva College (MS, Organizational Leadership), Kevin is presently completing doctoral studies at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, FL.
Articles By Kevin Labby
Clean Restrooms Ahead
Thursday May 31, 2018christian life •
Our obedience is not the condition of our acceptance; it is the consequence of our acceptance.
You Don’t Need to Hide
Thursday March 8, 2018christian life •
Instinctively, we understand that to be known is to be vulnerable, and that increased vulnerability is a doubled-edged sword.
Christ is a Better Anchor than I Could Ever Be
Thursday January 25, 2018christian life •
I anchored much of my sense of security in my ability and performance.
Waiting for God’s Good Gifts
Tuesday January 9, 2018christian life •
Sometimes, it’s frustrating to see our Father blessing those around us, while we seem to go overlooked. Feelings of confusion, sadness, and - yes - maybe even anger can follow.
Belonging and Behaving
Tuesday October 24, 2017christian life •
“We love because he first loved us.” - I John 4:19
Ministry Is Killing Me!
Thursday September 21, 2017christian life • pain & suffering •
Sometimes I wonder why I love being a pastor.
What is Christianity Ultimately About?
Thursday August 24, 2017christian life •
If you were to ask many people today “What is Christianity?” they would probably say something along the lines of “getting right with God.” And by “getting right with God” they would mean some sort of moral performance – thinking the right things, saying the right things, and doing the right things. Christianity, to many people in our culture today, is primarily about morality.
Cleansed & Clothed
Tuesday April 25, 2017
If Christianity isn’t primarily about our performance for God, then what is it about? It’s about substitution. It’s about Jesus being for us what we could never be for ourselves.