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The Deadly Art of Procrastination - Part B

Someone remarked, "Tomorrow must be the longest day in the week—judging from the number of things we are going to do then." We all have things we rather put off until later. But when it comes to spiritual choices they must be made today. Every delay to follow Christ is a gamble with eternity. Paul's Road to Rome included a pointed conversation with a man who had mastered the deadly art of spiritual procrastination.

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Paul's Long Road to Rome

Skip Heitzig teaches through a series of messages on the life of Paul. Paul the Apostle stands out as one of history's greatest figures, towering above most everyone else, with the exception of his own Master, the Lord Jesus Christ. We'll take a peek into his unique background - a mix of both Jewish and Greco-Roman nurturing. Let's see how God used this distinctive individual as one of His finest tools.

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Come Up Here – Part B

In the book of Revelation, we get a glimpse into the throne room of heaven as we anticipate the joy we'll have at the glorious appearing of Jesus Christ. Skip continues his study of the rapture as he shares the message "Come Up Here."


Come Up Here – Part A

As believers, we look forward to the return of Jesus Christ. But some people are skeptical about the rapture because the date has been incorrectly predicted so many times. Skip looks at this future event in the message "Come Up Here."


What's Next? – Part B

The book of Revelation is John's written account of the spiritual revelation he received from God about the future return and reign of Christ. As Skip wraps up the message "What's Next?" he encourages you to look to the future with faith and hope.


What's Next? – Part A

People have always been fascinated by the future and what's next. As we study prophecy, we can't help but wonder: Are current events playing into an end-times scenario? Join Skip as he begins the message "What's Next?"


Matthew 7 - Part C

Many people confuse religion with relationship when it comes to their belief in God, focusing on works rather than faith. As Skip finishes our study in Matthew 7, he shares what it means to have a relationship with Jesus.


The Deadly Art of Procrastination - Part A

Someone remarked, "Tomorrow must be the longest day in the week—judging from the number of things we are going to do then." We all have things we rather put off until later. But when it comes to spiritual choices they must be made today. Every delay to follow Christ is a gamble with eternity. Paul's Road to Rome included a pointed conversation with a man who had mastered the deadly art of spiritual procrastination.


Matthew 7 - Part B

Throughout Scripture, God makes it clear that we have to choose between two paths: the path that leads to life and restoration or the one that leads to death and destruction. Join Skip as he looks at this theme in Matthew 7.


Matthew 7 - Part A

Jesus called His followers to live differently from the world—a kingdom lifestyle. In our study of Matthew 7, Skip considers what kingdom living looks like in both our relationships with others and our relationship with God.


Matthew 6:16-34 - Part C

Jesus instructed believers to "seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness." So how can we redirect our energy from worrying to working for God's kingdom? Skip answers that question as he continues our study in Matthew 6.


Matthew 6:16-34 - Part B

Whatever you're going through in life, God promises to care for your needs; He doesn't promise to care for your greed. As Skip continues our study through Matthew 6, he explains how we ought to pray.


Matthew 6:16-34 - Part A

Jesus taught His disciples to pray, "Your kingdom come. Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven." As Skip continues our study in Matthew 6, he points out that when we make God's kingdom our focus, God provides what we need.


Are You Driven or Called? - Part B

This world is full of driven people. We need to see more who are called. There is a difference. Driven people are motivated by a sense of accomplishment and see life only in terms of results. They work hard and want to be noticed for doing so. Called people have a settled sense of who they are and an inner strength to move forward even against all odds. To understand Paul, we must comprehend what moved him. He was not driven by the flesh but rather led by the Spirit.


Matthew 5:33-6:8 - Part C

No amount of good works will score points with God on judgment day; it's about your relationship with Him through Jesus. In this study of Matthew 6, Skip challenges you to examine your motives for doing good works.


Matthew 5:33-6:8 - Part B

Jesus' followers are called to a righteousness that's based on our relationship with Him rather than outward obedience. As Skip continues our study in Matthew 5, he points out the new level of love that Christ called you to.


Matthew 5:33-6:8 - Part A

This sermon preached by Jesus helps us understand the differences between the world and the kingdom of heaven. In this study, Skip examines those differences when it comes to promises and revenge.


Matthew 5:17-32 - Part C

Jesus offered six different comparative statements of truth to His disciples: things they heard growing up versus what Jesus declared as truth. In this study of Matthew 5, Skip examines several of these statements from Jesus.


Matthew 5:17-32 - Part B

Teaching others to follow the Scriptures isn't a spiritual gift for only certain people; we're all called to have this influence on others. Skip explains how you can be a spiritual catalyst as he continues our study in Matthew 5.


Are You Driven or Called? - Part A

This world is full of driven people. We need to see more who are called. There is a difference. Driven people are motivated by a sense of accomplishment and see life only in terms of results. They work hard and want to be noticed for doing so. Called people have a settled sense of who they are and an inner strength to move forward even against all odds. To understand Paul, we must comprehend what moved him. He was not driven by the flesh but rather led by the Spirit.


Matthew 5:17-32 - Part A

Before Jesus gave this sermon, He had gained popularity for His miracles. But the people had questions: What did Jesus say about the law of Moses? What was His relationship to Scripture?


Matthew 5:5-16 - Part B

Kingdom dwellers should live differently from the world. As Skip continues our study in Matthew 5, he explains more about what a kingdom dweller is and the kind of influence they should have.


Matthew 5:5-16 - Part A

The economy in God's kingdom is different from the world's: it's paradoxical and progressive. In this study of Matthew 5, Skip considers the Beatitudes, and we discover what kingdom living looks like.


Matthew 5:4

Leaving life as they knew it, the disciples followed Jesus and became intimate witnesses of His teaching, preaching, and healing. As Skip dives into Matthew 5, he focuses in on the greatest sermon ever preached.


Flight SON01—Part C

The world offers a lot of advice about love, dating, and marriage—but we should be going to God and His Word for our cues. In this message, Skip brings our study in Song of Solomon to an end, sharing what God says about these topics.


Sleeping in Church - Part B

Have you ever sat next to someone in church who is nodding off, even snoring? It can be funny and embarrassing. But before you judge them too harshly (there are lots of reasons people get tired), consider the first guy who was caught sleeping in church—during one of Paul's sermons! Today let's get beyond the physical to a deeper issue—those who are asleep spiritually: whose bodies are present at church but their heart is absent.


Flight SON01—Part B

God's love is greater than anything the world could try to offer to us. Join Skip as he continues to explore what God intended for love and marriage and how it even reveals how much He loves you.


Flight SON01—Part A

Our world today has distorted God's intention for love and marriage. Join Skip as he reveals what Scripture says about these topics and why it's so important to follow God's guidelines for them.


Flight ECC01—Part C

Many people look to material objects or even other people to find happiness. Join Skip as he explores the life of someone who had it all but still couldn't find satisfaction. You'll be pointed to the one person who can bring contentment.


Flight ECC01—Part B

As one of the most powerful men on earth during his time, King Solomon sought everything the world could offer him—but he was never satisfied. Join Skip as he shares some of the lessons Solomon learned.


Flight ECC01—Part A

Most people in this world want to know the purpose and meaning of their life. Join Skip as he shows you how even the wisest person the world has ever known wrestled with this same area of life.


Sleeping in Church - Part A

Have you ever sat next to someone in church who is nodding off, even snoring? It can be funny and embarrassing. But before you judge them too harshly (there are lots of reasons people get tired), consider the first guy who was caught sleeping in church—during one of Paul's sermons! Today let's get beyond the physical to a deeper issue—those who are asleep spiritually: whose bodies are present at church but their heart is absent.


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