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    April 2015 Connection Resource

    This month's Connection resource gives you an inside look at Skip's recent trip to the Middle East.

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On Friday's edition of The Connection, Skip Heitzig continues in our series of teachings called Keep Calm and Marry On. Some people would consider submission to be as bad as a four-letter word, but only because they don't understand it. In the message "The Hardest Word in a Marriage," Skip explains that submission is God's plan and that God's way is always the best. Join Skip on today's broadcast to learn more.

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Image of April 2015 Resource Christians are dying for their faith—and we need to be aware of what's happening. This resource includes special photos and a private briefing from Skip Heitzig from his trip to the Middle East, as well as the book Killing Christians by Tom Doyle, an update from Dr. Steven Collins, and Skip's teaching "Say It Loud: He's Alive!"

Latest Teaching

42 Luke - 2014Human life—including human failure—began in the garden of Eden, but new life began in the garden of Gethsemane. In the second half of Luke 22, we see how Jesus fought the battle for our eternal fate, and we learn about Judas' betrayal and Peter's denial, both of which demonstrate God's sovereignty and control.

Luke 22:39-23:1
Wednesday, April 22, 2015


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Making an Impact

by Skip Heitzig |

Making an Impact The English preacher William Sangster used to tell a story about a member of his congregation, a barber who was trying to find a way to witness to his customers about Christ. One day, with a client in the chair all lathered up and ready for a shave, the barber leaned over him, straight razor poised inches from the man’s face, and asked, “Are you ready to meet your God?” People outside the barbershop remember the day well because of the lathered,...

Stepping Stones of the New Birth

by Skip Heitzig |

Stepping Stones of the New Birth 1 Peter 1:3-5 I love experiencing new birth! I know it’s easy for me to say because men can feel the joy without going through the labor. My son Nathan’s birth was one of the greatest days of my life. And now I’ve discovered the thrill of the birth of grandchildren. A friend of mine told me that a grandparent’s responsibility is to fill the kids full of sugar and return them to their parents. I can do that. It’s...

A Taste of Honey

by Lenya Heitzig |

I love Israel. Whenever I have the privilege of visiting, I’m reminded of previous trips to the Holy Land, and I look forward to once again experiencing my favorite sights, sounds, and activities. There’s the Mount of Olives above the Old City where Jesus delivered His prophetic message. At the lower slope of the mountain, early Christian pilgrims located the Garden of Gethsemane where He prayed before His crucifixion. This is holy ground, and I love walking where Jesus may have...

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Saturday, April 25, 2015

Jumpin' Jehoshaphat!

by Skip Heitzig | Read 2 CHRONICLES 17:1-11

A copywriter applying for a job at a newspaper was asked, "Are you good at condensing material?" "Sure" he replied. "Okay, do a rewrite on this and really cut it short," said the editor, tongue in cheek, as he handed the applicant a copy of the Ten Commandments. In a few minutes the applicant...

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My God Is Bigger than Your God

by Skip Heitzig |

When I was a kid, my friends and I would say things like, "My dad's bigger than your dad," and we'd banter back and forth. David essentially did the same thing: in the Psalms, he frequently declared that in comparison to any other gods, his God—Yahweh—was bigger. Just how big and...


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