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On Thursday's edition of The Connection, Skip Heitzig continues in our series of teachings called Church? Who Needs It. The church's mission is a global one. Jesus came to seek and save those who are lost. Through the Great Commission, He also sends us out to share the gospel. Find out more as Skip begins the message "You're on a Mission--From God!" Join Skip on today's broadcast to learn more.

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Image of March 2017 Resource As you read the Bible, it's easy to become confused and overwhelmed. Simplify your Bible study with Skip Heitzig's book How to Study the Bible and Enjoy It, in which Skip takes the mystery out of studying God's Word and helps you grow in your walk with the Lord.

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Against All OddsToday we begin to examine the cross in light of Old Testament prophecy. Even though the expectation of the Jews at the time of Christ was for a conquering Messiah, the Scripture also paints a picture of a suffering and dying Messiah. This means He would need to come two separate times. In their rejection of Jesus, the people were actually fulfilling the very Scriptures they denied as referring to Christ. Today let’s stand at the foot of the cross and not only examine the event, but also examine our hearts.

Cross Examination
Sunday, March 26, 2017


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What's Next? Special

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The world we live in is filled with war, violence, and unrest, and many of us are concerned about what the future holds for us and our loved ones. What if there was some way to know what's next? The book of Revelation details not only our future, but the fate of the entire world. In this What's Next? Special, Pastor Skip Heitzig shares some important principles and events from Revelation that will bring clarity to not only the future, but to eternity. Watch now! And don't...

Ohio Couple Leads Community Bible Study Using a Roku and Skip’s Teachings

Lee and Billie Mascarello traveled over 1,500 miles from Columbus, Ohio, to visit Calvary Albuquerque June 8-15. It was a blessing to hear their testimony and how they use Skip Heitzig's teachings on Roku to reach a community. Four years ago, Lee was given the opportunity to lead a Bible study at an assisted living center and he and Billie decided to use Skip's teachings to bring the gospel to the residents. In a packed meeting room, they begin with prayer and then watch Skip's...

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Thursday, March 30, 2017

A Kingdom Divided

by Skip Heitzig | Read 1 KINGS 12:1-16

Where do you seek wisdom and insight? Maybe you turn to older men and women. If you are young person, you might be unlikely to ask your peers. When Rehoboam took over the kingdom of Israel after Solomon's death, the older men advised him to lower the oppressive tax burden imposed by his father....

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A Beautiful Body

by Skip Heitzig |

The popular TV show Mission: Impossible used to start just about the same way every week: a group of secret agents would gather together and listen to their instructions, which started with the words "Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is...." And they had the choice of whether or not to...


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