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On Friday's edition of The Connection, Skip Heitzig continues in our series of teachings called Rumblings of War and the Prince of Peace. Matthew 24 depicts a time when God wages war on the human race and throws every conceivable judgment upon the earth. This is because of the condition of man since his fall in the garden. Join Skip on today's broadcast to learn more.

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Image of October Resource 2014 It's time to step out of complacency and wake up to the spiritual warfare surrounding us. This Connection resource includes Pastor Skip Heitzig's book Homeland Security, Dr. Erwin Lutzer's book The Cross in the Shadow of the Crescent, and an interview with Pastor Skip and Dr. Lutzer discussing biblical and cultural topics.

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60 1 & 2 Peter - Rock Solid - 2013Peter lived his life knowing the brevity of it. Here, he wrote as an older man in his seventies. Realizing there was more road behind him than ahead of him, he gave a model for us. Essentially we have here an excellent example of how to live well and how to die well. Let's answer the question How can I live and die well? by considering four keys passed along by Peter himself.

How To Live And Die Well
Sunday, October 19, 2014


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Demon Possessed Christians?

by Skip Heitzig |

Some teachers claim that Christians can be demon possessed, or at least "demonized." It's a very destructive doctrine! And some people say, "A believer's spirit can never be possessed by Satan, but the body can be." That's an outra­geous claim; contrast it with the teaching of the apostle Paul: "Do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you?" (1 Corinthians 6:19). God owns your body. He's not going to let the...

Pastor Skip to Teach at Expository Conference in California

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Pastor Skip Heitzig is a featured guest speaker at the Nuts & Bolts Conference at Revival Christian Fellowship in Menifee, California, on Monday-Tuesday, October 20-21. Through eight teaching sessions from four guest speakers, including Pastor Skip and Pastor Brian Nixon, attendees will learn about the importance of expository preaching and discover the methods and strategies used by expository preachers to prepare and deliver sermons. Student admission is $10, and general admission is...


by Skip Heitzig |

Social Security numbers get us driver's licenses or passports. Credit cards have black strips on the back containing our personal information. When I travel on the East Coast and put my ATM card into the machine the screen blinks, "Good morning, Skip Heitzig." It knows who I am! Historically, slaves were tattooed with the numbers or names of their masters. In the cult of Sable, members were forced to have an image on their bodies for identification. Numbering is nothing...

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Saturday, October 25, 2014


by Skip Heitzig | Read 1 THESSALONIANS 5:1-11

Of all the prophecies in the Bible, few include more detail than the "Day of the Lord." This Old Testament term refers to the full and final judgment of God, and it does not mean a literal twenty-four-hour day but rather a season or a whole series of events. The emphasis is on the Lord because when...

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Your Disappointment, God's Appointment

by Skip Heitzig |

Oftentimes our line of thinking goes something like this: "If things go well for me in the future, I'll be a happy person. But if bad things happen, I'm going to be very miserable." But there's a problem with that sort of thinking, especially when we consider Paul the apostle, who in the midst of...


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