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On Friday's edition of The Connection, Skip Heitzig continues in our series of teachings called Heaven Below. Though it was most likely the darkest time in Paul's life, the letters he wrote from prison are filled with evidence that he had radical joy. Join us for the conclusion of this series as Skip shares the message "The Radical Joy of Heaven Below." Join Skip on today's broadcast to learn more.

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Image of February 2015 Resource What does God think about marriage, the family, and the single life? If you're looking for answers, find them with this month's resource, which includes Skip Heitzig's book Beyond the Summer of Love, For King & Country's latest album, Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong., and an exclusive interview with them and Pastor Skip.

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42 Luke - 2014As Jesus continued to talk to His disciples and the nearby Pharisees, He told them stories about the kingdom of heaven and warned those listening about their eternal fate. He also shared four basic things expected of those who follow Him. In this message, we're challenged to forgive freely, serve faithfully, live thankfully, and be prepared for Jesus' second coming.

Luke 16:19-17:37
Wednesday, February 18, 2015

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A Taste of Honey

by Lenya Heitzig |

I love Israel. Whenever I have the privilege of visiting, I’m reminded of previous trips to the Holy Land, and I look forward to once again experiencing my favorite sights, sounds, and activities. There’s the Mount of Olives above the Old City where Jesus delivered His prophetic message. At the lower slope of the mountain, early Christian pilgrims located the Garden of Gethsemane where He prayed before His crucifixion. This is holy ground, and I love walking where Jesus may have...

Angels and Demons

by Skip Heitzig |

In World War II, General George Patton was engaged in the great battle against German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel in the desert of North Africa. It is said that during the battle, as their tanks drew within earshot, General Patton stood up and shouted, “I read your book, Rommel. I read your book.” And he had. General Rommel had written a book entitled Infantry Attacks. In it, he outlined his entire wartime strategy. Patton, a voracious reader, wanted to find out what the enemy was...

We have this treasure

by Lenya Heitzig |

Who doesn’t love a story about found treasure?  If you consider the ten million viewers of the British PBS program Antiques Road Show and the American counterpart of the same name, it’s apparent that many people do. Viewers remember the Spanish Conquistador helmet found in the rafters of the attic of a just-purchased home. Turned out, it was from the 15th century and worth $500,000. Then there was the woman with her father’s collection of jade objects he acquired while...

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Friday, February 27, 2015

As Bad As It Gets

by Skip Heitzig | Read JUDGES 19:22-30

The book of Judges demonstrates how wickedness has a way of growing. The end of the book says the people of Israel had become so distant from God that whole families and whole tribes were sold on idolatry. The last verse of the book sums up the entire 350-year period of the Judges: "In those days...

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The Sovereign Hand of God

by Skip Heitzig |

There are only two books in Scripture that are named after women, and they're two of my favorites: Ruth and Esther. Ruth specifically is a great picture of how God used ordinary people as part of His plan to deliver a nation and the world from sin. It's a story of how God sovereignly takes events in...

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