PART 1: Elyse Fitzpatrick has done a lot of research on heaven and the afterlife, demonstrating that our final destination is not some dull, featureless space. Learn more when you listen to today’s program.
PART 2: Scripture tells us that Christ is making all things new. This means Heaven is not just about where we go when we die … it’s about who we belong to while we live. But what does that look like?
PART 3: Instead of trying to make Heaven on Earth, we can actually make Earth better by looking forward to Heaven with our savior, Jesus Christ.
PART 4: The idea of heaven as an exclusive place for a limited number of people can sometimes be a scary thing. Will you or I be left behind? Today’s program discusses Christ’s perfect love that casts out fear.
PART 5: Many view Heaven as somewhere we go to escape this broken world. But that’s not completely true. The Bible’s teaching about heaven also tells us that God will renew and redeem all things.
Elyse Fitzpatrick On Heaven and the New Earth
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Ann Voskamp's Broken Path to the Abundant Life
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Risen: Watch the Official Trailer!
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Do all dogs go to heaven?
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Where is your home?
I'm home visiting my family in Seattle for a time. The only problem is, I'm a little homesick for Virginia. These days, when I think of home, I think of the near-constant drizzle of rain in the Pacifi ...Learn More