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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!”

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Job Meets Jesus

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Job Meets Jesus

Job suffered multiple losses—his riches, his health, his family, and his reputation. When his friends accused him of sin, Job asked, "How can a man be righteous before God?" (Job 9:2) and lamented that there was no mediator between God and man. When Jesus came to earth, that Mediator—the solution for man's unrighteousness—was revealed. In this series, Skip Heitzig encourages us to trust God's purpose in the midst of suffering and presents the hope voiced by Job: "I know that my Redeemer lives" (Job 19:25).

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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.


From Riches to Rags, Part 2 - Part A

Job’s wife was suffering just like her husband—she too had lost everything. But she told Job to “curse God and die.” In the message “From Riches to Rags, Part 2,” Skip points out that good people can give bad advice, but that doesn’t mean we should follow it.


From Riches to Rags, Part 1 - Part B

In spite of all the suffering in Job’s life, and in spite of his mourning, his first reaction was to worship God. In the message “From Riches to Rags, Part 1,” Skip explains how Job suffered and how Jesus meets the deepest cry of suffering hearts


From Riches to Rags, Part 1 - Part A

Job was the victim of terrorism, as bands of marauders stole his livestock. A powerful storm killed his children. Then he suffered from a disease. In the message “From Riches to Rags, Part 1,” Skip begins to examine Job’s pain.


The Man behind the Curtain - Part B

Behind our visible world is a supernatural realm just as real, and we see the effects of its activities all around us. In the message “The Man behind the Curtain,” Skip peers behind the curtain to a conversation between God and Satan.


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.”


A Sneak-Peek into What's Up There - Part B

In the early morning of his last day on earth, Dwight L. Moody, awoke suddenly and said, "Earth recedes; heaven opens before me." Those near him thought he was dreaming. "No, this is no dream, it is beautiful. It is like a trance. If this is death, it is sweet. There is no valley here. God is calling me, and I must go." After that sneak-peek of heaven, Mr. Moody entered his heavenly home. Today lets begin to consider our future home by glimpsing God’s heavenly Throne Room.


The Guy No One Wants to Be - Part B

The book of Job asks questions like “Why do the righteous suffer?” and “What happens after death?” In the message “The Guy No One Wants to Be,” we learn that when Job asked these questions, he didn’t get a satisfactory answer.


The Guy No One Wants to Be - Part A

Meets Jesus. The book of Job examines human suffering. Job was a very important man, and he was very rich. But he also suffered more than any man—and he didn’t deserve it. Skip talks more about that in the message “The Guy No One Wants to Be.”


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.”


A Sneak-Peek Into What's Up There - Part A

In the early morning of his last day on earth, Dwight L. Moody, awoke suddenly and said, "Earth recedes; heaven opens before me." Those near him thought he was dreaming. "No, this is no dream, it is beautiful. It is like a trance. If this is death, it is sweet. There is no valley here. God is calling me, and I must go." After that sneak-peek of heaven, Mr. Moody entered his heavenly home. Today lets begin to consider our future home by glimpsing God’s heavenly Throne Room.


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.


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.


The World's Hardest Activity - Part B

To abdicate our will to another, even for the sake of order and peace, is extremely tough. But Skip shows us there are higher goals and loftier purposes for believers to live submissive lives as he wraps up the message “The World’s Hardest Activity.”


The World's Hardest Activity - Part A

Some people are gifted at music or naturally talented with their hands. Others find that sports or math come easy. Skip points out something that practically everyone finds difficult as he begins the message “The World’s Hardest Activity.”


Jesus, Friend of Children - Part B

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.


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.


Where You Fit in God's Plan - Part B

Have you ever wondered, Where do I fit in God’s plan? What is my part? Maybe you want to know when that plan began and how much it cost. Skip looks into those questions as he explores five vital truths in the message “Where You Fit in God’s Plan.”


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.


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?”


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