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Where You Fit in God's Plan - Part A

God’s plan always involves people, and that includes you. He had you in mind when He put His plan together for the whole world. So where do you fit in that plan? Skip answers that question in the message “Where You Fit in God’s Plan.

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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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How to Walk in the Dark - Part B

Many believers don’t want to appear holier-than-thou, so how can we live holy lives around unholy people? Skip points out how we can be children of light while walking in a dark world as he shares the message “How to Walk in the Dark.”


Jesus, Friend of Children - Part A

Today's subject is a tender one. The death of infants and children is the greatest fear of any parent. Does the Bible speak clearly about what happens when they die? It certainly does and it also gives great comfort to many who suffer the horrible loss of a little one. In this series on Eternity we must consider this subject since it affects so many and will also help us understand the fate of those who, like children, have diminished capacities.


How to Walk in the Dark - Part A

Holiness is an uncomfortable subject for most believers. We have no problem assigning holiness to God, but our minds get muddled when we think of our own holiness. In the message “How to Walk in the Dark,” Skip explores what it means to be holy.


Rock Solid Relationship or Relationship on the Rocks? - Part B

It’s hard to have a relationship with someone who is invisible, so how do we have a personal relationship with God? Skip gets to the bottom of that question in the message “Rock Solid Relationship or Relationship on the Rocks?”


Rock Solid Relationship or Relationship on the Rocks? - Part A

Many insist that having a relationship with God is not the same as being a religious person. But how is a relationship with Him even possible, since He is God? Skip answers that question in the message “Rock Solid Relationship or Relationship on the Rocks?”


Why We Hate Trials (And Why We Love Them) - Part B

By and large, people hate suffering of any kind. There is even a theology that says God doesn’t want us to suffer—ever. Skip looks at how rejoicing and trials can go together as he wraps up the message “Why We Hate Trials (And Why We Love Them).”


Why We Hate Trials (And Why We Love Them) - Part A

If the trials of life existed only by popular demand, we would have voted them away long ago. In the message “Why We Hate Trials (And Why We Love Them),” Skip considers how they can be used to make us better people.


Stepping Stones of the New Birth - Part B

The apostle Peter certainly heard the term born again, and Jesus even spoke of it. It’s synonymous with being saved and having eternal life. But what else does this new birth provide? Skip answers that question in the message “Stepping Stones of the New Birth.”


Stepping Stones of the New Birth - Part A

Born again wasn’t a term invented by the popular press or religious fundamentalists; it was something that Jesus told Nicodemus must happen for anyone to enter heaven. Skip explains more in the message “Stepping Stones of the New Birth.”


A Pebble, a Boulder & a Solid Foundation - Part B

Peter’s personal life and writings became a composite model of strength through trust. In the message “A Pebble, a Boulder & a Solid Foundation,” we see how Peter’s life is an example of how anyone can become rock solid through Christ.


A Pebble, a Boulder & a Solid Foundation - Part A

Peter is probably the most famous of the apostles, even though he only wrote two short epistles in the New Testament. We find out why we can so easily relate to him as Skip begins the message “A Pebble, a Boulder & a Solid Foundation.


Affluenza! - Part B

When we covet, we’re saying that God is not providing for us. It’s like telling Him, “I deserve better than what You’ve given me.” What other sins can coveting lead to? Find out as Skip continues the message “Affluenza!”


Affluenza! - Part A

The last of the Ten Commandments deals not with actions but with attitudes. Coveting is the inordinate desire for more, or for something that doesn't belong to you. In the message “Affluenza!” Skip examines what this commandment refers to.


The Truth, the Whole Truth & Nothing but the Truth! - Part B

People lie because they lack integrity, or moral uprightness. When we slander, exaggerate, or gossip, we are showing that our lives don't mirror what we profess to believe. Join Skip as he wraps up the message “The Truth, the Whole Truth & Nothing but the Truth!”


The Truth, the Whole Truth & Nothing but the Truth! - Part A

The Bible says that God is a God of truth and that He hates lying. Because of this, we should always be truthful. Yet, our very nature is to deceive. Tune in as Skip begins the message “The Truth, the Whole Truth & Nothing but the Truth!”


Bandits, Beware! - Part B

Though most cultures prohibit theft, only the Bible explains why theft is wrong. Stealing is a crime against the one being robbed, but it’s more than that. In the message “Bandits, Beware!” Skip points out that it’s also a crime against God.


Bandits, Beware! - Part A

The commandment “You shall not steal” is generally accepted in all societies. It implies that owning private property is acceptable, but it implies other things as well. Find out more as Skip begins the message “Bandits, Beware!”


Weeds of Unfaithfulness in the Garden of Love - Part B

Adultery is forgivable, but it’s better to avoid it. How can we burn the bridges that lead to temptation? And how can we build bridges of affection with our mate? Find out as Skip continues the message “Weeds of Unfaithfulness in the Garden of Love.”


Weeds of Unfaithfulness in the Garden of Love - Part A

The sin of adultery has become acceptable today, even fashionable. It’s even a major problem in the church. In the message “Weeds of Unfaithfulness in the Garden of Love,” Skip explains that this sin begins where all sin begins: in the mind.


Getting Away with Murder - Part B

Jesus expounded on the sixth commandment in the Sermon on the Mount. In the message “Getting Away with Murder,” Skip looks at the basic problem that leads people to commit the sin of murder, and then he talks about the remedy.


Getting Away with Murder - Part A

The basis of the sixth commandment—“you shall not murder”—is that life is sacred. Yet, in today’s world, ending a life has become a trivial matter. What is behind this loss of reverence for life? Find out as Skip begins the message “Getting Away with Murder.”


Because I Said So! - Part B

The relationship between parent and child is under threat in today’s world. It’s even neglected by the church, as we bend to the culture around us. In the message “Because I Said So!” Skip explains how we can reverse the trend.


Because I Said So! - Part A

The commandment to honor your parents is listed first after the commands to honor God. Why? Because the parent/child relationship is the most important one in a person’s development. Join Skip as he begins the message “Because I Said So!”


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