Key Life isn’t for everyone. If you want the Bible to be a “book of rules,” if you think there is something unspiritual about laughter and dangerous about freedom and if you define faithfulness as conformity to Christian stereotypes, then Key Life probably isn’t for you.
But if you’re interested in an honest, non-manipulative and thoughtful presentation of Biblical truth in the context of Christ’s unconditional love, Key Life may be for you. If you need to hear the hopeful truth that God isn’t mad at you, Key Life is for you.
“What do I do with my children who have left the faith?”