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On Friday's edition of The Connection, Skip Heitzig continues in our series of teachings called Living Life Against the Flow. Even in the days leading up to His death, Jesus celebrated with his disciples at the Last Supper. Join Skip on today's broadcast to learn more.

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Image of January 2015 Resource Want to renew your spiritual walk this year? Pastor Skip wants to help you encounter Jesus in a real and vibrant way with this month's resource. You'll get Skip's book Encounter: Face to Face with Jesus, folk-rock band Rend Collective's album The Art of Celebration, and an exclusive Rend Collective DVD interview with Skip.

Latest Teaching

42 Luke - 2014As Jesus began His private ministry to His disciples, He explained what the attitude of His followers should be. In this study, we are reminded that we can rest in God's care because of our new relationship with Him, even when we're tempted to worry. We are also challenged to let our faith become action by living differently than the world and working to bring others into God's kingdom while we still can.

Luke 12:22-13:9
Wednesday, January 14, 2015


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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...

Come To Your Five Senses

by Lenya Heitzig |

Years ago, a man came to Skip claim­ing to be the Messiah. When asked what evidence he could give to support his claim, he replied that his proof was the "third testa­ment"---which, by the way, he had written. At this point, Skip was pretty sure this guy was off his medications, so he kindly asked, "What can I do for you?" Without missing a beat, the man said that in order to secure the future, the church needed to donate a million dollars to him so he could...

Today's Devo

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Wholly Holy!

by Skip Heitzig | Read LEVITICUS 19:1-2, 23-24

Holiness is sometimes thought of as God's least "attractive" attribute. Folks tend to gravitate toward his other qualities, such as his love, his goodness, his sovereignty, or his creativity. But the Bible discusses holiness more frequently than any other attribute of God. God is called holy more...

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Attitude of Gratitude

by Skip Heitzig |

Most of the books I've read on prayer don't include a section on thanksgiving. It seems that the hardest arithmetic for us is counting our blessings. It's the natural tendency of mankind to count the days that are overcast rather than the days of sunshine, and it's rare that the nightly news covers...


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