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On Friday's edition of The Connection, Skip Heitzig continues in our series of teachings called Keep Calm and Marry On. There's a difference between a house and a home: one is built with earthly materials; the other is the result of strong relationships. In the message "Are You Building a House or a Home?" Skip challenges us to consider how we're planning for the future. Join Skip on today's broadcast to learn more.

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Image of May 2015 Resource This month's resource will help you follow God's radical blueprint for your marriage. It includes a three-CD package of Skip Heitzig's best teachings from his series Keep Calm and Marry On, Skip's Keep Calm and Marry On pamphlet, and a booklet of C-Hows: encouraging companion articles to the series. Don't give up on your marriage without a fight!

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Jesus Loves PeopleOne magazine noted that "religious terrorism is the communism of the 21st century, the most serious international threat to human rights." I am aware that the title of this sermon is a strange one, and it's even stranger to think we should be told to love terrorists. Today we consider the stark reality of terror in our world and what a proper biblical response to it is, and we see the conversion of a terrorist who became Christianity's most celebrated cleric.

Jesus Loves Terrorists
Sunday, May 17, 2015

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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

by Skip Heitzig |

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,...

Stepping Stones of the New Birth

by Skip Heitzig |

Stepping Stones of the New Birth 1 Peter 1:3-5 I love experiencing new birth! I know it’s easy for me to say because men can feel the joy without going through the labor. My son Nathan’s birth was one of the greatest days of my life. And now I’ve discovered the thrill of the birth of grandchildren. A friend of mine told me that a grandparent’s responsibility is to fill the kids full of sugar and return them to their parents. I can do that. It’s...

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Friday, May 29, 2015

Talk Is Cheap

by Skip Heitzig | Read ECCLESIASTES 5:1-7

In today's short reading, Solomon turns his attention to how people worship. He had observed people entering the Temple with the lambs for sacrifice and the priests in their official robes, and he had heard people reciting prayers and musicians singing and playing instruments. All of this must have...

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The Missing Ingredient

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Do you remember the character Elly May from the TV show The Beverly Hillbillies? Elly May was the gal who struck fear in people's hearts as she went to the kitchen to cook. Her father, Jed, the patriarch of the home, was the only one who dared to eat her cooking. In one episode, she tried to bake...

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