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On Wednesday's edition of The Connection, Skip Heitzig continues in our series of teachings called From the Edge of Eternity. . A lot of people think heaven will be a very boring existence, but that isn't what the Bible teaches. What kind of things will we be doing in heaven? And who will be there? 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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42 Luke - 2014As we finish our study of Luke 7, John the Baptist comes back into the picture, this time imprisoned and doubting who Jesus is. But Jesus comforted John through the message He sent, and we consider why Jesus called this final Old Testament prophet great. Then, in a passage of Scripture found only in Luke's gospel, we observe the great mercy Jesus extended to the outcasts of society He often spent time with—in this case, women.

Luke 7:19-8:3
Wednesday, September 24, 2014

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Pastor Skip to Teach at Expository Conference in California

by Connection News |

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...

666

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...

Whose Land?

by Michael Rydelnik |

Dr. Michael Rydelnik Conflicts about land are not unusual. Just a glance at the daily newspaper shows that there are constant disputes about land all over the world—from the India/Pakistan conflict over Kashmir, to Russia’s struggle with Chechnyan separatists, to the Kurds who want to be liberated from Iraq, to whether Northern Ireland should be part of the United Kingdom or Ireland. So it is no surprise that the biblical land of promise also has a long history of...

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Wednesday, October 01, 2014

But God

by Skip Heitzig | Read EPHESIANS 2:1-22

As Christians, we've gone from the graveyard to glory. In Ephesians 2, Paul describes the journey from the graveyard of sin to the throne of glory, and today's reading starts in "Death Valley" and ends in "Graceland" (I'm talking about God's home, not Elvis's). From birth, we are spiritually dead on...

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Singing in the Battle

by Skip Heitzig |

When you read Psalm 27, you get the idea that this wasn't a great time in David's life. The psalm can be dated to the time when Saul was trying to kill David, yet it's a psalm of confidence in God in the midst of a battle. That's why it's so appropriate for us, because we are in a spiritual battle...

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