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An Eye-Opening and Engaging Guide to the Bible
Enjoy the magnificent panorama of Scripture like never before. Pastor Skip Heitzig shares a FLIGHT plan for all 66 books of the Bible to help you better understand the context and significance of each. You'll discover...
- Facts about the author and the date the book was written
- Landmarks a summary of the highlights of the book
- Itinerary a specific outline of the book divided by themes
- Gospel how to see Jesus within the book's pages
- History a brief glimpse at the cultural setting for the book
- Travel Tips guidelines for navigating the book's truths
Each chapter also includes an "in flight" narrative of events to draw you in and give you a unique aerial view of the accounts in God's Word.
If you have ever found yourself getting lost and wandering from verse to verse in Scripture, put yourself back on track with the clear perspective offered in The Bible from 30,000 Feet.
More Product Information
- Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
- ISBN: 0736970290
- ISBN-13: 9780736970297
- SKU: 9780736970297
- Release Date: September 1, 2017
- Pages: 464
- Language: English
- Height: 1.50 inches
- Width: 6.10 inches
- Length: 9.10 inches
- Weight: 2.20 pounds
About the Author
A native of Southern California, Heitzig has three siblings (his brother, Bob, died in a motorcycle accident in 1975).
He's been described as a former marijuana smoking surfer dude. Heitzig was witnessed to by a friend, Gino Geraci, senior pastor of Calvary South Denver. Shortly after this experience, Heitzig began to study under Pastor Chuck Smith of Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa.
His early training in radiology was through UCLA which included an internship program at San Bernardino County Medical Center in San Bernardino, California. In 1981, Heitzig married his wife, Lenya, and together, they moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico to continue his work in the medical field. Together, they have one son, Nathan.
In 1982, Heitzig began a home Bible study that eventually grew into Calvary of Albuquerque. In 1988 and 1989, Calvary of Albuquerque was listed as one of the fastest growing churches in America. In 2009, Calvary of Albuquerque was listed as one of the 15 largest churches in America with an average weekend attendance of 13,000.
After a brief pastorate in San Juan Capistrano (Ocean Hills, 2004-2006), Heitzig returned to Calvary of Albuquerque as senior pastor in 2006, following the resignation of the previous pastor, Pete Nelson.
Presently, Heitzig serves on several Boards of Directors, including Samaritan's Purse.
Each year, Heitzig hosts a week-long seminar of teachings at The Cove, the Billy Graham Training Center in North Carolina. He is also a frequent guest speaker at Franklin Graham Festivals and Harvest Crusades with Greg Laurie.