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Heaven on Earth - Part 1 - Part B

Mankind long ago gave up on the idea of a future Utopia. The idea of perpetual peace and undisturbed harmony became the stuff of fairy tale books. But that is precisely what God promised He will bring to this earth one day. And even though Satan has exercised a temporary authority over God's creation for several millennia, the story isn't over yet. Jesus Christ, who came two millennia ago as Savior, will return to rule as Sovereign for a thousand years. And no, this won't just be a spiritual kingdom in the hearts of His followers. This will be a literal dominion over a renewed earth. Let's explore this 1000 year phase of your eternal future.

Skip Heitzig

People long for utopia: politicians have campaigned on that promise. It will never happen until Jesus comes.

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What happens when a believer dies? What will heaven be like? What about infants and children who die? When do our bodies get resurrected? What will they be like? These questions and more occupy our thoughts from time to time. In this new series, From the Edge of Eternity, we will follow a believer from death into the different stages of eternity: the Intermediate State, the resurrection of the body, the Kingdom Age and the Eternal State. Since forever is a long time, it only makes sense that we both understand and prepare for this "ultimate journey".

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Previous Broadcasts

Home - Part B

How much time and energy do you spend managing your house as compared to building up your home? In the message “Home,” Skip explains how we can build a home by cultivating relational priorities and shaping future destinies.


Home - Part A

There’s a difference between a house and a home. A house is built with materials; a home is built with love. Which do you work on the most? In the message “Home,” Pastor Skip challenges you to consider what is more important: Projects or people?


All of Me - Part B

God has given us everything we could ever need, and the only appropriate response we should have is to give ourselves to Him. Tune in for the message “All of Me” as Skip shares how we can love God intelligently and thank Him consistently.


All of Me - Part A

The Bible tells us that God loves us consistently and provides for us faithfully. What should our response to this truth be? Skip considers four different responses we should have as he shares the message “All of Me.”


Radioactive - Part B

Do you struggle to make sense of the suffering you go through? We’ve seen how that can lead to spiritual depression. Skip gives us the remedies for spiritual depression as he wraps up the message “Radioactive.”


Heaven on Earth - Part 1 - Part A

Mankind long ago gave up on the idea of a future Utopia. The idea of perpetual peace and undisturbed harmony became the stuff of fairy tale books. But that is precisely what God promised He will bring to this earth one day. And even though Satan has exercised a temporary authority over God's creation for several millennia, the story isn't over yet. Jesus Christ, who came two millennia ago as Savior, will return to rule as Sovereign for a thousand years. And no, this won't just be a spiritual kingdom in the hearts of His followers. This will be a literal dominion over a renewed earth. Let's explore this 1000 year phase of your eternal future.


Radioactive - Part A

When suffering strikes in your life, how do you deal with the fallout? Pastor Skip addresses the reality of spiritual depression and gives us some biblical guidance for handling this difficult aspect of life as he shares the message “Radioactive.”


Safe and Sound - Part B

Psalm 23 is often misunderstood. It has more to do with life than death, and it’s not just about sheep and a shepherd. In the message “Safe and Sound,” Skip explains how God isn’t just a shepherd but a friend and host as well.


Safe and Sound - Part A

Life is full of peaks and valleys, calm streams and roaring rapids. At times, it feels like you don’t know where to go. In the message “Safe and Sound,” Skip reminds us that God guides, protects, and provides for us and that we find security in Him.


Say Something - Part B

Have you ever asked God to just say something—anything—to you? Well, God just might be telling you, “Hear something.” In the message “Say Something,” Skip continues to explain how God speaks through Scripture and into our soul.


Say Something - Part A

Do you ever feel like God isn’t speaking to you? Well, many of us have felt that frustration at some point in our Christian life. In the message “Say Something,” Pastor Skip explains how God speaks and how you can hear His voice.


Gold, Silver, or Bronze? - Part B

Next month, the eyes of the world will be on the Olympic Games in Beijing. Athletes from all over the world will compete, hoping to win the gold, silver or bronze medals that rank them as being some of the best on earth. This image of receiving an award from a judge on the raised platform of the Olympic Games is what Paul had in mind when he wrote about the future judgment of believers for their works on earth. Let’s see what this means.


Happy - Part B

To the believer, the Bible is the way God speaks to us about Himself. Through God’s Word, we get in touch with Him and encounter Him. Skip shares how happiness can be found in this pursuit of God as he wraps up the message “Happy.”


Happy - Part A

The US Constitution assures you can pursue happiness, but it doesn’t promise you’ll find it. Join us for the message “Happy” as Skip explains that happiness is a by-product of a different pursuit.


The Ultimate Discovery - Part B

After Job’s debates with his friends, God finally came to shed His light of truth on Job’s situation. In the message “The Ultimate Discovery,” Skip continues to look at Job’s encounter with the God he was crying out to throughout the book.


The Ultimate Discovery - Part A

Job made some amazing discoveries when God spoke to him out of the whirlwind. In the message “The Ultimate Discovery,” we see that Job encountered the majesty of God, learned his own inadequacy, and realized God’s generosity toward men.


When God Can't Be Found - Part B

God is always aware of our situation, and He is always at work in our lives. So what should our attitude be when we encounter difficulties or suffering? Find out as Skip wraps up the message “When God Can’t Be Found.”


Gold, Silver, or Bronze? - Part A

Next month, the eyes of the world will be on the Olympic Games in Beijing. Athletes from all over the world will compete, hoping to win the gold, silver or bronze medals that rank them as being some of the best on earth. This image of receiving an award from a judge on the raised platform of the Olympic Games is what Paul had in mind when he wrote about the future judgment of believers for their works on earth. Let’s see what this means.


When God Can't Be Found - Part A

Job wanted to present his case before God. He complained that he couldn’t find the Lord. Still, he recognized that God was aware of his condition. In the message “When God Can’t Be Found,” Skip talks about God’s activity.


Epiphany! - Part B

Job said he knew he would see his Redeemer, even if he died. It wasn't arrogance; it was a personal, eternal assurance and confidence in his Lord. In the message “Epiphany!” Skip challenges us to have that same confidence.


Epiphany! - Part A

In the middle of his suffering, Job received amazing insight. In spite of everything that had happened to him, he had hope. In the message “Epiphany!” we learn that it wasn’t a “self-help” kind of hope. No, Job’s hope was a person


Is Death the Final Word? - Part B

Job asked, “If a man dies, will he live again?” Jesus gave the answer when He said, “I am the resurrection and the life.” In the message “Is Death the Final Word?” Skip explains that Jesus demonstrated this fact by raising Lazarus from the dead.


Is Death the Final Word? - Part A

At the lowest moment in his life, Job questioned whether there was life after death. In the message “Is Death the Final Word?” Skip explains that death wasn’t God’s original intention for man; sin brought about death.


What on Earth Is Going On in Heaven? - Part B

The above title is more than just a play on words. Although there will be many activities going on in heaven, worship is one of the few things that we can do "down here" on earth that we will also do "up there" in heaven. That means that one of the ways you can get closer to heaven is to engage in biblical worship right now. Let's tag along with John for his extended tour of heaven.


You Need a Middleman! - Part B

Job lamented that there was no mediator between him and God. But that mediator has stepped forward: Jesus Christ. In the message “You Need a Middleman!” Skip explains that Jesus is the perfect representative.


You Need a Middleman! - Part A

We usually want to cut the middle man out of any transaction. But a mediator is necessary for salvation. Job knew he needed an intermediary between himself and God. Learn more as Skip begins the message “You Need a Middleman!”


Are You and God OK? - Part B

Job asked the question “How can a man be righteous before God?” (Job 9:2). Well, nobody can. Jesus had to take on our sins, so we could be credited with His righteousness. That’s the gospel! Tune in for the message “Are You and God OK?”


Are You and God OK? - Part A

People try to earn God’s favor by being good or religious. The Bible says, “There is none righteous” (Romans 3:10). So what’s the answer to Job’s question: “How can a man be righteous before God?” (Job 9:2). Find out in the message “Are You and God OK?”


From Riches to Rags, Part 2 - Part B

When Job’s friends first visited him, they were truly comforting him. They sat with him and mourned with him silently. In the message “From Riches to Rags, Part 2,” Skip explains that once they began giving advice, they added to his suffering.


What on Earth Is Going On in Heaven? - Part A

The above title is more than just a play on words. Although there will be many activities going on in heaven, worship is one of the few things that we can do "down here" on earth that we will also do "up there" in heaven. That means that one of the ways you can get closer to heaven is to engage in biblical worship right now. Let's tag along with John for his extended tour of heaven.


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