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On Wednesday's edition of The Connection, Skip Heitzig continues in our series of teachings called Rock Solid. In his first epistle, Peter raised the issue of baptism, tying it into what happened during the time of Noah and the great flood. Skip relates that event to our current understanding of Christian baptism as he begins the message "Should I Get Soaking Wet?" Join Skip on today's broadcast to learn more.

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The War Is OverNothing is more comforting in war than knowing you’re on the winning side. When you face a hostile enemy with the knowledge that your cause is just, your resources are many, and your companions are brave, you’re ready for anything. And when you have a Commanding Officer who has never lost a battle, your confidence level is at an all-time high. Our worship team wrote the song “Our God Will Fight for Us” with these thoughts in mind. Let’s consider a fourfold strategy for facing the battles in our lives.

Our God Will Fight for Us
Sunday, July 26, 2015


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Got Milk? - 1 Peter 2:1-3

by Skip Heitzig |

We've all seen it. The ad has been running for years. Celebrities donning milk mustaches are presented along with the simple question, Got Milk? According to USA Today it was voted it one of the ten best ad campaigns in history! It brought star power to a simple idea that most people already believed: milk is good for you. Originally created to bolster a faltering dairy industry, the advertisement successfully got more people to drink of the product. And though cow's milk can be problematic for...

Plugging In to Holiness

Have you ever heard another Christian talk about the good ol' days? They reminisce about their life BC, before Christ, and they go on about all the parties they used to go to and all the friends they used to have. Well, I remember my BC days—how often I felt alone in a room full of people at a party, and how so many of my supposedly cool friends just wanted something from me. Good ol' days? Sure, if you like alienation, isolation, emptiness and longing! Isn't it better to be...

Punching Holes in The Darkness

by Skip Heitzig |

As a kid, I hated the dark. Shadows grow in the dark, turn into creatures in the closet and under the bed. At bedtime, I made sure my mom turned on the night-light. One reason I love Christmas so much is that, when I was little, the Christmas tree lights would filter through the house into my bedroom; their warm glow set me at ease. Their simple comfort still does. The world around us, with all of its suffering and spiritual darkness, can feel overwhelmingly gloomy, threatening our...

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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Age of Grace

by Skip Heitzig | Read LUKE 4:16-30

Jesus was always accurate in how he used the Hebrew Scriptures. In this passage we see that, by breaking a sentence in just the right place, Jesus revealed an essential understanding of God's plan. Early in his ministry, Jesus returned to his hometown of Nazareth and visited the synagogue, no...

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The Master's Kingdom

by Skip Heitzig |

On Disneyland's opening day in 1955, thousands of people thronged to the amusement park, but it was anything but magical: traffic was backed up, it was hot, and they ran out of refreshments halfway through the day. Today, Disneyland—and now Disneyworld, including Magic Kingdom—is fun,...


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