Christ Who Is Our Life To know and to live the Christ Life!

February 20, 2020  

In this podcast I will discuss the big picture of God's plan and what Jesus meant when he told Peter that "the gates of hell will not prevail against" the church.

Listen as Keith encourages you to press on during the hard times. Sometimes it's just what we have to do.

December 23, 2014  

This is a message I shared with my church on the prophesied names of Jesus.  Isaiah 9:6 tells us that a child would be born and he shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace.  We know that child as Jesus the Savior of the world.

November 12, 2014  

Jehoshaphat and Judah faced an impossible situation when the armies of Moab, Ammon, and Mount Seir were preparing to attack them.  After inquiring of the Lord, the Spirit of the Lord moved on Jahaziel and God gave Judah the exact positions to take up in order to win the battle.  We can learn a lesson from this account and take up the same positions today that will lead us to victory.

September 4, 2014  

On the doorstep of  receiving God's promise the people of Israel lost it all and became the biggest losers because of unbelief and complaining.  Let us learn a lesson from their mistakes and not become the biggest losers.

August 5, 2014  

Jesus said that of all the people who had ever lived, John the Baptist was the greatest!  Yet John declared that it was "Christ who must become greater and greater and he must become less and less."  What did John mean and how can we make Christ greater and ourselves less?  In this podcast I answer those questions and identify seven signs that your are the focus and not Christ and seven attitudes that will enable you to become less and less.

June 25, 2014  

This is the second part of my Wednesday night message and it covers five things the Christ is alive to.  The first half of the message was inspired by Frank Viola and his message on "The First Relationship."  Be sure to also check it out.

June 17, 2014  

God wants us to be dead to certain things and alive to others.  This is part 1 explaining how we are dead to five things.