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On Friday's edition of The Connection, Skip Heitzig continues in our series of teachings called 27 Daniel - I Dare You - 2013. The bad news that overwhelms us every day comes with a high cost: we are no longer shocked. And that may mean that we are in danger of becoming spiritually desensitized. Join Skip as he begins the message "I Dare You: Be Shocked!" Join Skip on today's broadcast to learn more.

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05 Deuteronomy - 2015A relationship with God requires firsthand participation. He calls us to have faith based on the fact that He is committed to us and has shown us His grace in the past. As we study Deuteronomy 29-30, we learn that when we forget what God has done for us, we risk marginalizing our sin and turning toward corruption instead of grace.

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A Rock-Solid Finish - 1 Peter 5:10-14

by Skip Heitzig |

Bob Wieland came in dead last in the 1986 New York City Marathon—19,413th place. His time? Four days, two hours, forty-seven minutes, and seventeen seconds. Here's the thing, though: Wieland has no legs, courtesy of a mine in Vietnam. A leather saddle strapped beneath his torso, knuckles padded, he used his arms to propel himself forward at a rate of less than one mile per hour to the finish line. "I lost my legs," he said, "but I didn't lose my heart."[1]...

The Dos and Don'ts of Suffering - 1 Peter 4:12-19

by Skip Heitzig |

I read a book Philip Yancey wrote years ago called Where Is God When It Hurts? Most of the people he interviewed for the book felt that if God made one mistake in the world, it was pain. In December of 2012, Yancey was invited to speak in Newtown, Connecticut, weeks after the shooting that killed six adults and twenty children at Sandy Hook Elementary. Something dawned on him during this time–a question much harder than "Where is God when it hurts?" and that is "Where is...

When Holiness Meets Hostility - 1 Peter 3:13-17

by Skip Heitzig |

A pastor was building a wooden trellis in his backyard. As he worked, he noticed a neighborhood boy watching him. The boy said nothing; he just leaned against the wall and watched. The pastor kept at it, thinking the kid would get bored and leave, but he didn't. Finally, the pastor set his hammer down and asked, "So, are you just trying to get some gardening tips?" The boy answered, "Nope. I'm just waiting to hear what a preacher says when he hits his thumb with a...

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Saturday, February 13, 2016

Old Dog, New Trick

by Skip Heitzig | Read JOSHUA 14:1-12

Caleb is a fine, strong name. It can mean "bold," but in its original form it also meant "dog." I don't see that as an insult—I love my dog! Dogs can be tenacious and courageous. The Caleb in today's reading is now an old man, but he's ready for a new adventure. Forty years earlier, he and Joshua...

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You Remind Me of Someone

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"Hey, you remind me of someone." Have you ever had anybody tell you that? I've had people tell me that at different times, but when I find out who I remind them of, it's not very flattering. "Hey, you remind me of that famous movie star." "Oh, which one?" "Lassie." "Frankenstein." Yeah, not very...


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