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On Friday's edition of The Connection, Skip Heitzig continues in our series of teachings called Jesus Loves People. Addictive behavior is widespread and interferes with ordinary life responsibilities; that's why many addicts turn to Christ for help. In the message "Jesus Loves Addicts," Skip declares that Jesus has good news for addicts. Join Skip on today's broadcast to learn more.

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Where Lives Are Changed"When you're through changing, you're through!" So wrote American author Bruce Barton. It's true, isn't it? We're all changing, all the time, for the better or for the worse. But for the believer, the change is dramatic and eternal. Over the years, we've seen thousands of lives change for the glory of God here at Calvary. Such a privilege is both humbling and inspiring. Let's celebrate together as we consider what this change is all about and how it operates in us.

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How to Attract Flies - 1 Peter 3:8

by Skip Heitzig |

I was playing with my grandkids recently, and I was reminded that there's a whole set of laws just for toddlers. For example, property laws for toddlers really boil down to one simple concept: "It's mine." If I like it, it's mine. If I can take it from you or if I had it a little while ago, it's mine, and it must never appear to be yours—unless it's broken, in which case, it's yours (although the pieces are really still mine). Though that may work...

The Harmony of Submission / Submission Makes a Symphony - 1 Peter 2:12-17

by Skip Heitzig |

Resisting authority and finding it difficult to submit is as human as blinking. The prophet Isaiah said, "All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned, every one, to his own way" (Isaiah 53:6). It's human nature. However, without submission, there is no safety, no security, no protection—and, I would add, there is no harmony. Let me explain. At a meeting of the American Psychological Association, Dr. Jack Lipton from Union College described to his colleagues a...

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...

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Friday, October 9, 2015

How to Glow in the Dark

by Skip Heitzig | Read PHILIPPIANS 2:13-30

Fireworks are awesome—while they last. Next time you see a fireworks display, linger after the skyrockets fizzle out and the Roman candles are dark. Eventually, you will see stars that won't sputter out or sparkle only momentarily. The darker it is, the better the stars glow. Some believers are...

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The World's Most Important Word

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The average person spends about a fifth of their life talking--that's about a fifty-page book every day. At the end of an average lifetime, you could fill 1,500,000 pages with the words you speak. But the most important Word in the world is Jesus, as John revealed in the first chapter of his...


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