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On Your Mark, Get Set…GROW! Part 3—Part B

Jesus told us to remember Him by the breaking of bread because it reminds us of His sacrifice for us. In the message "On Your Mark, Get Set...GROW! Part 3," Skip explains it also reminds us that Jesus is in control and will return to the earth one day.

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Church? Who Needs It

The Church. Who really needs to be a part of it? Why should we belong to something so archaic and so narrow? The culture around us seems to ask this question relentlessly, but what is the answer? Pastor Skip Heitzig presents a series of reasons why the church, as Christ established it, is so vitally important to the Christian walk. From God's original intent for His church, to the ways in which He uses us today, and the reasons why people attend and leave the church, this series emphasizes the importance of the Church and the need to revere it as divinely established.

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On Your Mark, Get Set…GROW! Part 3—Part A

In Acts 2:42, breaking bread is listed as one of the marks of church life. It may seem like an odd foundation. Why not discipleship or evangelism? Skip answers that question in the message "On Your Mark, Get Set...GROW! Part 3."


On Your Mark, Get Set…GROW! Part 2—Part B

The early church in Jerusalem was a group of about 25,000 people. But with such a huge number of people, how were everyone's spiritual needs met? Find out when Skip wraps up the message "On Your Mark, Get Set...GROW! Part 2."


On Your Mark, Get Set…GROW! Part 2—Part A

Fellowship is one of the main pillars of the church. In the message "On Your Mark, Get Set...GROW! Part 2," Skip explains that it's more than just a social gathering; it's meeting together to help one another grow spiritually.


On Your Mark, Get Set…GROW! Part 1—Part B

Preaching should lead to practicing. The church at Jerusalem followed the apostles' doctrine, and they stood steadfastly in the faith, even under persecution. Join Skip as he wraps up "On Your Mark, Get Set...GROW! Part 1."


I Dare You: Pray! Part 2 - Part B

Just as a square has four sides and is incomplete without all four sides, so too does effective prayer. Daniel leaves us with a great example (and a simple one at that). Though we can pray anywhere and anytime, these four elements form a great baseline for us to emulate. When you talk to God, make certain the signal is clear, your heart is pure, and your confidence is sure.


On Your Mark, Get Set…GROW! Part 1—Part A

A church can't grow unless it is learning. The book of Acts says the church in Jerusalem concentrated on the apostles' doctrine, learning how Scripture points to Jesus Christ. Find out more when you join Skip for "On Your Mark, Get Set...GROW! Part 1."


The Art of Going to Church—Part B

When we gather in church, it should be a time of commitment. As Skip wraps up the message "The Art of Going to Church," he challenges you to watch your attitude toward God.


The Art of Going to Church—Part A

Going to church is easy, but staying faithful to a church is a fine art. In the message "The Art of Going to Church," Skip explains that you can't approach God on a superficial, ceremonial basis; you must be sincere and listen as God speaks to you.


The Church Jesus Would Attend Part 2—Part B

Jesus Christ's desire for His church is that we would be one body. But that doesn't mean we're all the same. In the message "The Church Jesus Would Attend, Part 2," Skip talks about what it means to be unified as Jesus' church.


The Church Jesus Would Attend Part 2—Part A

Jesus Christ doesn't want His church to be a bless-me club. In the message "The Church Jesus Would Attend, Part 2," Skip explains that Jesus told His followers not to focus on themselves but to shine His light into the world.


I Dare You: Pray! Part 2 - Part A

Just as a square has four sides and is incomplete without all four sides, so too does effective prayer. Daniel leaves us with a great example (and a simple one at that). Though we can pray anywhere and anytime, these four elements form a great baseline for us to emulate. When you talk to God, make certain the signal is clear, your heart is pure, and your confidence is sure.


The Church Jesus Would Attend Part 1—Part B

There are two kinds of people—the people of the world and the people of the Word. Jesus gave His followers His truth, but what does He want us to do with it? Find out when Skip concludes the message "The Church Jesus Would Attend, Part 1."


The Church Jesus Would Attend Part 1—Part A

If the church belongs to Jesus Christ—and it does—what does He want it to be like? Well, He wants His church to radiate God's glory. Skip talks about what that means as he begins the message "The Church Jesus Would Attend, Part 1."


Hey, Look Who's Starting a Church!—Part B

The foundation of the church is Jesus Christ, who both owns and preserves the church. In the conclusion of the message "Hey, Look Who's Starting a Church!" we continue to rediscover our spiritual roots as God's people.


Hey, Look Who's Starting a Church!—Part A

How often do you gather with God's people? The Greek word for church means an assembly. When Jesus used that word, it signified His desire for all believers to meet together. Join Skip for the message "Hey, Look Who's Starting a Church!"


The Church? Who Needs It—Part B

Why is the church so important? In the message "The Church? Who Needs It," Skip explains that we need the support of God's people, the truth of His principles, the meaning found in His purpose, and the strength of His presence.


I Dare You: Pray! - Part B

I have never met a person who's regretted praying too much. I've met plenty who've regretted praying too little. Prayer is the one activity that everybody knows they need, but few actually do. It's preached often, but practiced seldom. Forgive me if I'm dispensing guilt—that's not my intention. I'd rather take a peek into the busy life of an ancient executive (Daniel), and see the role prayer played for him and, in so doing, get fired up about this most powerful of activities!


The Church? Who Needs It—Part A

For the last 2,000 years, the world has mocked, ignored, or persecuted the church. Even among those who claim to be religious, church attendance is low. In the message "The Church? Who Needs It," Skip talks about the importance of the church.


#selfiesunday – Part B

To live selfishly is to live in a prison. The apostle Paul taught the Philippian church both the marks and motives of selfless living. Skip examines what the Bible has to say about selfish versus selfless living as he wraps up the message "#selfiesunday."


#selfiesunday – Part A

W.E. Gladstone, the one-time prime minister of England, said, "Selfishness is the greatest curse of the human race." In the message "#selfiesunday," Skip points out that though we all have an ego, that doesn't mean we have to live only for ourselves.


#foodstagram – Part B

Creative chefs can work their skills and produce dishes that are pure art. Feeding on and being nourished by God's truth can make us strong and vibrant. In the message "#foodstagram," Skip continues to explore a few fundamentals about spiritual food.


#foodstagram – Part A

We like to eat. We have to eat. The body needs the fuel that comes from food. Yet for some folks, it's not so much about eating to live as it is living to eat. In the message "#foodstagram," Skip points out that we also need to eat spiritual food to survive.


I Dare You: Pray! - Part A

I have never met a person who's regretted praying too much. I've met plenty who've regretted praying too little. Prayer is the one activity that everybody knows they need, but few actually do. It's preached often, but practiced seldom. Forgive me if I'm dispensing guilt—that's not my intention. I'd rather take a peek into the busy life of an ancient executive (Daniel), and see the role prayer played for him and, in so doing, get fired up about this most powerful of activities!


#relationshipgoals – Part B

Separation can seem easier than integration. Seclusion feels simpler than assimilation. But they are not better. In the message "#relationshipgoals," Skip reminds us that we are wired to be better together rather than apart.


#relationshipgoals – Part A

What God said in the beginning is still true today: "It is not good that man should be alone." In the message "#relationshipgoals," Skip explains that emotional isolation can be the fallout of a fast-paced culture and the consequence of failed relationships.


#thestruggleisreal – Part B

We all fail, but the sooner we admit it, the better off we'll be and the closer we'll get to the kind of success God intends for us. In the message "#thestruggleisreal," Skip points out that the apostle Paul was a struggler, too.


#thestruggleisreal – Part A

As believers, we all struggle. And the struggle we face is very real. When you love God and want to serve Him, many times you will fail. Skip encourages us to overcome the struggle as he shares the message "#thestruggleisreal."


#followme – Part B

What does it mean to follow Jesus? As Skip shares the message "#followme," he explores Jesus' instructions for those who desire to follow Him, explaining that we must follow Christ on His terms instead of ours.


I Dare You: Be Shocked! - Part B

When was the last time you heard someone respond to an incident or piece of information by saying, “That’s shocking!”? Shock (emotional disgust, offense, and aversion) has been diminished due to a widespread exposure to facts and images. Things get too easily relegated to a file in our brains marked, “I’ve already heard this before.” It’s a sad day (and dangerous) when we become spiritually desensitized to God’s truth and the world’s pain.


#followme – Part A

Jesus has a lot of fans, but not as many followers. In the message "#followme," Skip explores what Jesus Himself said He expects of those who follow Him, and we learn the steps we must take to do so.


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