Sermon Series
  • 1. Planning The Trip Of A Lifetime

    Contributed on Sep 5, 2013
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    Almost everyone goes through life with a partial sense of dissatisfaction. We’re looking for the “it.” And we’re not even sure what the “it” is.

    INTRODUCTION This is the first message in a new series I’ve entitled “Heaven: An Insider’s Guide.” When you plan a trip to visit a new city or a new country, you want to have an insider, a local resident, give you information as you plan your trip. When it comes to more

  • 2. What Happens When A Person Dies?

    Contributed on Sep 5, 2013
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    What will we be like for eternity?

    INTRODUCTION This is the second message in the series, “Heaven: An insider’s guide.” Last week I invited you to email me your questions about heaven and I’ve received several dozen good questions. I was surprised to learn the most popular question asked is, “Will more

  • 3. Heaven's Activity Guide

    Contributed on Sep 5, 2013
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    Get ready for the most amazing new heaven and new earth, more beautiful and bountiful than you can ever imagine. That’s where we’ll be living for eternity. And once you understand the things we’ll be doing in Heaven, there’s no way it can be boring.

    INTRODUCTION This is the third message in the series “Heaven: An Insider’s Guide.” Next Sunday, Joel Rosenberg will be here and he’ll be giving you more information about how to get to heaven. Then on Easter Sunday, two weeks from today, I’ll conclude this series more

  • 4. Have You Confirmed Your Reservation In Heaven?

    Contributed on Sep 5, 2013
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    Jesus is preparing a place for us. But don’t imagine a private room with walls and a door you can lock. There will be no need for locks in Heaven. Think about sharing a big house with all the other Heavenly Family members—more like a bed and breakfast.

    INTRODUCTION In a cemetery in Indiana there’s a tombstone that has an epitaph with the intent to make people prepare for death. It says, “Consider, friend, as you pass by. As you are now, so once was I. As I am now, you soon shall be. So prepare, my friend, to follow me.” more