Glimpse of the Afterlife

What do you think of when you hear the word, heaven? People in white togas playing harps? Babies with wings that bounce from cloud to cloud? Reunions with loved ones? Most people believe in heaven, and assume they’re going to heaven. However, few know what heaven is like or how to get there. This uplifting 4-part series, Glimpse of the Afterlife, shares what the Bible says about heaven and gives precise directions on how to get there. ****Note: Lesson 1 will be posted to the website on Saturday, 4/6****

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Glimpse of the Afterlife | Lesson 1: Beyond Halos, Harps, & Hymns

Week 1 |

The most recent studies show that a majority of people believe in some kind of an afterlife. Everyone wants to go to heaven, but unfortunately, few know how to get there. In week 1 of “Glimpse of the Afterlife,” Adrianna Cervantes talks to us about what heaven is and how heaven shouldn’t just impact your future, but also how you live today!

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Glimpse of the Afterlife | Lesson 2: The Heat is On (It’s No Joke)

Week 2 |

“Hell”… the word feels uncomfortable to say and even more horrible to imagine. While everybody loves to discuss heaven, very few understand the need to process the reality of Hell. In week 2 of our series, Caleb Kaltenbach shares about Hell’s purpose, who will be there, and how to avoid it.

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Glimpse of the Afterlife | Lesson 3: A City Like No Other

Week 3 |

What is heaven going to be like when we get there? In the Bible, there are many descriptions of heaven, but one of the most profound metaphors used to describe heaven is the word, “city.” As week 3 of “Glimpse of the Afterlife,” begins, Michael North shares about why God describes heaven as a city and what we can look forward to.

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Glimpse of the Afterlife | Lesson 4: Forever is Forever

Week 4 |

Unfortunately, heaven has been pitched as a place that will be “eternally boring” where you join the eternal church choir to sing all 4 verses and stand on the last one… forever. Yet, as Ruby Kedney discusses in the final week of our series, when the Bible talks about believers being with God forever, it’s always in the context of excitement, joy, and safety.

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