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05 Deuteronomy - 2015The Christian life—one that is fully surrendered to God—ought to be the most exciting life one can live. In Deuteronomy 9-10, Moses reminded the Israelites of God's mercy and grace toward them, and we see how God loves to take faithless people, forgive them, bless them, and use them for His glory in a grand adventure.

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Wednesday, September 2, 2015


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The World's Hardest Activity - 1 Peter 2:13-17

by Skip Heitzig |

No one likes to be told what to do. No one. None of us like it when our personal right to choose and self-determine our future is taken away or hindered. In fact, American culture is grounded in part on the idea that we should be free from the restrictive laws of a tyrannical government. That's how the country was birthed. But our difficulty in submitting is not just an American proclivity; it's human tendency. And yet, God instructs us to submit to authority. So we're caught...

Got Milk? - 1 Peter 2:1-3

by Skip Heitzig |

We've all seen it. The ad has been running for years. Celebrities donning milk mustaches are presented along with the simple question, Got Milk? According to USA Today it was voted it one of the ten best ad campaigns in history! It brought star power to a simple idea that most people already believed: milk is good for you. Originally created to bolster a faltering dairy industry, the advertisement successfully got more people to drink of the product. And though cow's milk can be...

Plugging In to Holiness

Have you ever heard another Christian talk about the good ol' days? They reminisce about their life BC, before Christ, and they go on about all the parties they used to go to and all the friends they used to have. Well, I remember my BC days—how often I felt alone in a room full of people at a party, and how so many of my supposedly cool friends just wanted something from me. Good ol' days? Sure, if you like alienation, isolation, emptiness and longing! Isn't it better to be...

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Saturday, September 5, 2015

Polarized and Paralyzed

by Skip Heitzig | Read 1 CORINTHIANS 1:10-25

Some historians estimate that if the American colonies had been more unified at the time of the American Revolution, we could have won our independence in a single year. But because of division within our own ranks, the war went on for eight years. Believers can learn a lesson from this. Sometime...

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Brand Spankin' New Apostles

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It was Thomas Edison who supposedly told his friend Henry Ford, "Give up the idea of motor cars. It can't be done." Think of it: one of the most famous, innovative inventors telling that to Ford. Now think for a moment of the impossible undertaking of Jesus Christ telling eleven fishermen, "Go into...


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