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Watch Out for Fakes! - Part B

What makes a false teacher of false teaching? In the message “Watch Out for Fakes!” Skip shows us three recommendations given by Peter in dealing with such counterfeits.

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There is nothing more offensive to God than deception. There is nothing more offensive to God than those who will falsify facts about God.

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1 & 2 Peter - Rock Solid - 2013

When Jesus asked his disciples. "Who do men say that I, the Son of Man, am?" Peter responded "You are the Christ, the Son of the living God." Jesus promised Peter that upon the Rock of that confession He would build His church.

The truth of who Jesus is empowers common man to speak the message that opens the doors of heaven to sinners. Join us to learn strong principles for godly living and reach new heights in our faith as we work our way through Peter's epistles—writings which evangelize the lost and instruct the church. Pastor Skip Heitzig guides us through First and Second Peter in the series Rock Solid. 

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Watch Out for Fakes! - Part A

Counterfeiting has become a multibillion-dollar industry, and fake jewelry, paintings, and medicines are sold as if they’re genuine items. In the message “Watch Out for Fakes!” Skip explains that it can be the same when it comes to truth.


Is It True? How Can I Know? - Part B

Peter wanted his readers to know things. He gave truth that was both personally familiar and prophetically verifiable. In the message “Is It True? How Can I Know?” Skip continues to share some principles about truth.


Is It True? How Can I Know? - Part A

Truth is a slippery word. Definitions get assigned to it that are contradictory, purely individual, and without any validation. In the message “Is It True? How Can I Know?” Skip explains how we can know that what we believe in and hope for is true.


How to Live and Die Well - Part B

Although Peter was at the end of his life, it’s clear where his focus and energy was directed: he was thinking about others. As Skip wraps up the message “How to Live and Die Well,” he shows you how you can live for the benefit of others.


The Man behind the Curtain - Part A

Job was a very good man: he was called “blameless and upright” and “one who feared God and shunned evil.” But there was someone who made accusations against him. Find out more as Skip shares the message “The Man behind the Curtain.”


How to Live and Die Well - Part A

Peter lived his life knowing the brevity of it. Realizing there was more road behind him than ahead of him, he gave us a model to live by. In the message “How to Live and Die Well,” Skip shares some insight from Peter about living and dying well.


Building a Forever Faith - Part B

Growth is productive: Peter used the word abound, referring to one who keeps getting more until they are overflowing. In the message “Building a Forever Faith,” Skip explains that bearing fruit is the goal of the Christian life.


Building a Forever Faith - Part A

Putting up a building requires a path for the work to follow. It’s the same for building a spiritual life. In the message “Building a Forever Faith,” Skip shares four principles on how you can build a forever faith.


Lion Alert! - Part B

Just think what would happen if a lion from your local zoo escaped and was wandering around the park. Can you imagine the pandemonium that would erupt? Skip explains that this scenario has already happened as he shares the message “Lion Alert!”


Lion Alert! - Part A

Our Enemy is dangerous and formidable and is on the prowl to destroy the spiritual lives of Earth’s residents, especially those who belong to Christ. Skip considers this spiritual battle and the potential outcome as he shares the message “Lion Alert!”


Hallelujah

Do you find yourself going through the motions of the Christian life but lacking the emotion? Pastor Skip shares insight about this question with his message “Hallelujah.”


The Dos and Don'ts of Suffering - Part B

Not only is suffering a deal-breaker for some unbelievers, but it presents a quandary for believers who want to make sense out of life. In the message “The Dos and Don’ts of Suffering,” Skip shows you how Peter weighed in on this issue to his fellow Christians.


The Dos and Don'ts of Suffering - Part A

Pain and suffering dominate our world. To some, that poses a huge roadblock to faith in a good God. In the message “The Dos and Don’ts of Suffering,” Skip addresses how a loving God can let such unlovely things happen all around the globe.


Living Like There's No Tomorrow - Part B

No matter how much time you have left on this earth, you should live with anticipation that God’s kingdom is coming. In the message “Living Like There’s No Tomorrow,” Skip explains how you can live life to the fullest now.


Living Like There's No Tomorrow - Part A

People have predicted the end of the world since the beginning, and Scripture declares there will be an end. But whether our world ends this week or this year, how should we live? Find out in the message “Living Like There’s No Tomorrow.”


The Invisible War - Part B

Satan and his minions are waging a spiritual war against God, His angels, and His people. In the message “The Invisible War,” Skip unravels one of the most enigmatic texts in the New Testament on this issue.


Roar

Words are powerful. Think of a doctor who could say to a patient, “You have six months to live.” Or a judge who might say to someone, “You’re free to go.” In the message “Roar,” Skip presents some effective guidelines for watching our words.


The Invisible War - Part A

In every war, strategy plays a role. Each side plans and moves according to what it learns about their enemy’s tactics. Skip considers the grand and most profound war of the universe as he begins the message “The Invisible War.”


How to Attract Flies - Part B

As Peter addressed the church, his hope was that they would show one another real, Christian love. In the message “How to Attract Flies,” Skip explains how that kind of love can attract unbelievers and provide satisfying fellowship for believers.


How to Attract Flies - Part A

The old saying “You catch more flies with honey than you do with vinegar” fits perfectly with Peter’s epistle. As Skip dives into the message “How to Attract Flies,” we see how Peter told Christians to live in plain view of the unbelieving world.


The Four-Sided Fortress of a Husband's Love - Part B

In Peter’s directive toward submission, he addressed citizens and servants—not government officials or masters. But when it came to the home, he addressed both wives and husbands. Join Skip for “The Four-Sided Fortress of a Husband’s Love.”


The Four-Sided Fortress of a Husband's Love - Part A

If life is to be rock solid, then family relationships—especially marriage—must be rock solid. In the message “The Four-Sided Fortress of a Husband’s Love,” Skip considers how a husband’s love can make a woman feel firmly secure.


Home

You do not need to be a builder to know the difference between a house and a home: a house is built with materials; a home is built with love. How much time and energy do you spend managing your house as compared to building up your home? In this message, Skip Heitzig challenges you to consider what is more important: Projects or people?


Take This Job and Love It - Part B

As we examine how Peter addressed slaves in the ancient Roman world, we can apply the principles we learn to a much more modern and humane situation—our place of employment. Skip gets more into that as he wraps up the message “Take This Job and Love It.”


Take This Job and Love It - Part A

The tedium, tension, and labor we feel at work can give way to a higher motive that brings authentic joy and deep satisfaction. In the message “Take This Job and Love It,” Skip considers some principles that will transform your outlook on your job.


Maximum Impact - Part B

As believers, we should seek to influence our world for Christ and leave a lasting impression. Skip explains how we can do that as he unpacks some time-transcending principles in the message “Maximum Impact.”


Maximum Impact - Part A

Do you wonder how Christ-followers can make the most meaningful impact on the unbelieving world? In the message “Maximum Impact,” Skip shows us how as we study Peter’s letter to scattered believers who were facing hostility from their neighbors.


Rock Solid Love - Part B

A relationship with God includes an affection for God’s people. As Skip wraps up the message “Rock Solid Love,” he explores four components of a rock-solid love, which were given by the very man who learned what true love is.


All of Me

How should we treat the One who loves us consistently and provides for us faithfully? In the message "All of Me," Skip Heitzig explains that the only appropriate response to the One who has given us everything is to give ourselves to Him.


Rock Solid Love - Part A

Peter’s love for Jesus was at one time on shaky ground when he denied that he knew Jesus. His love was even questioned by Christ. In the message “Rock Solid Love,” Skip explains that love for Christ and His people are part of the same package.


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