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On Thursday's edition of The Connection, Skip Heitzig continues in our series of teachings called The Biography of God. We've discovered who God is, what He is like, and how to relate to Him, but we can't stop with just gathering information about Him--we need to know Him personally. Join Skip as he wraps up this series with the message "How to Be God's Friend." Join Skip on today's broadcast to learn more.

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What's Next?My mom used to wake me up early every morning with her sweet voice saying, "Rise and shine!" It took a few times, but I eventually got up out of bed. Jesus too will call everyone who has died to "Rise up!" But not everyone will rise up to shine; some will rise up to suffer. Let's consider three inevitable and unalterable truths about the future for all of us: We will all live, we will all die, and we will all rise again to live forever.... But where and how?

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Skip Heitzig Challenges Calvary Chapel Aurora to Defy Normal

On April 30-May 1, Pastor Skip Heitzig visited Calvary Chapel Aurora in Aurora, Colorado, and shared some biblical axioms from his book, Defying Normal. The Battledrums team opened the service with inspiring worship and Pastor Ed Taylor welcomed Skip as their guest speaker. Skip shared his message called "Defying Normal," challenging the congregation to get out of their comfort zone and live extraordinary lives for Christ. After the teaching, many people made the decision to...

Skip Heitzig Shares Ministry Advice with Colorado Pastors

On Friday, April 29, Pastor Skip Heitzig spoke at the Pastor's Breakfast at Calvary Chapel Aurora in Aurora, Colorado. Pastor Ed Taylor welcomed the attendees, who enjoyed breakfast and a time of fellowship. Calvary's own Battledrums led the group in uplifting worship, and Skip taught a message filled with practical advice for pastors. He gave a list of ten things to avoid in ministry and encouraged the pastors to be sure of their calling, stay accountable, and remember the next...

Avoiding Traps and Getting Free

I once talked to a contractor about home security systems. He said they cost, on average, about $1,000. We’ll spend that much and more to protect our “stuff.” What will we do to protect our souls? “Whoever has no rule over his own spirit is like a city broken down, without walls” (Proverbs 25:28). The picture is of a person left open to ruin. When Nehemiah heard that the walls of Jerusalem were down, he wrote, “I sat down and wept, and mourned for many...

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Thursday, May 26, 2016

The Weight of Our Words

by Skip Heitzig | Read PROVERBS 16:16-33

Statisticians say that on average, we spend a fifth of our lives talking. During a single day, we speak enough words to fill a fifty-page book. After one year, we've spoken the words to fill 132 volumes containing four hundred pages each. Words contain incredible power to delight or to destroy, to...

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Sea Legs in a Sinful World

by Skip Heitzig |

When I was a kid, my dad used to take us deep sea fishing. Part of being out on the sea involves what sailors and fishermen call "getting your sea legs"---something I didn't have when I first went out on the ocean in Newport Beach, California. I thought it was going to be so fun to get on that boat...

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