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On Friday's edition of The Connection, Skip Heitzig continues in our series of teachings called Rock Solid. Some people are gifted at music or naturally talented with their hands. Others find that sports or math come easy. Skip points out something that practically everyone finds difficult as he begins the message "The World's Hardest Activity." Join Skip on today's broadcast to learn more.

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Independence Day MessagesIt seems that the more freedom people gain, the less they understand and appreciate true freedom. In this special Independence Day message, Skip Heitzig gives us three points from 1 Timothy 1-2 about how to impact the world around us as we live in true freedom, which comes only from Jesus Christ.

Freedom Celebration 2015 - Living Free in a Broken World
Wednesday, July 01, 2015


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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...

Punching Holes in The Darkness

by Skip Heitzig |

As a kid, I hated the dark. Shadows grow in the dark, turn into creatures in the closet and under the bed. At bedtime, I made sure my mom turned on the night-light. One reason I love Christmas so much is that, when I was little, the Christmas tree lights would filter through the house into my bedroom; their warm glow set me at ease. Their simple comfort still does. The world around us, with all of its suffering and spiritual darkness, can feel overwhelmingly gloomy, threatening our...

Making an Impact

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Making an Impact The English preacher William Sangster used to tell a story about a member of his congregation, a barber who was trying to find a way to witness to his customers about Christ. One day, with a client in the chair all lathered up and ready for a shave, the barber leaned over him, straight razor poised inches from the man’s face, and asked, “Are you ready to meet your God?” People outside the barbershop remember the day well because of the lathered,...

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Saturday, July 04, 2015

Severe Mercy

by Skip Heitzig | Read ZEPHANIAH 1:1-18

Zephaniah's great-great-grandpa, Hezekiah, pulled off a milestone revival. During his twenty-five-year reign, King Hezekiah initiated reforms that removed the high places and broke into pieces the bronze serpent that Moses had created and the people had turned into an idol. Hezekiah's grandson...

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Postcard to Those in Pain

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One of the reasons I love music so much is it seems to be universal in its appeal. I've been in countries where I've picked up a guitar and didn't play anything really good, yet people liked hearing music. There's another language that I think is universal: the language of pain. We don't like to...


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