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God: A Short Autobiography – Part A

When studying God, there's no better source to learn from than God Himself, and there is one primary passage in all of Scripture about who He is. Explore that passage with Skip as he shares the message “God: A Short Autobiography.”

This teaching is from the series The Biography of God.

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Skip Heitzig
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The Connect with Skip radio broadcast with Skip Heitzig is a daily program that equips believers to live according to God's principles with powerful and engaging teachings that will captivate, encourage, and excite you.
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