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Do We Get a Second Chance after Death?

Do We Get a Second Chance after Death?

In this video, EPM’s Julia Stager talks about whether or not the Bible teaches that we get a second chance to believe in Jesus after death. This five minute video is well worth watching and sharing.

Going to the Party

Going to the Party

Imagine someone takes you to a party. You see a few friends there, enjoy a couple of good conversations, a little laughter, and some decent appetizers. 

Do We "Go to Sleep" When We Die?

Do We "Go to Sleep" When We Die?

Some sincere Christians believe in “soul sleep,” the idea that when we die we lose consciousness until the resurrection. 

Why Talking about Mortality with Your Loved Ones Isn’t Morbid, but a Gift

Why Talking about Mortality with Your Loved Ones Isn’t Morbid, but a Gift

If Christian parents remind their Christian children that the worst that can happen in death is temporary separation, it’s reassuring. 

Through Heaven's Doorway

Through Heaven's Doorway

When five-year-old Emily Kimball was hospitalized and heard she was going to die, she started to cry. Even though she loved Jesus and wanted to be with him, she didn’t want to leave her family behind. 

Thoughts on Cremation vs. Burial, and the Resurrection Question

Thoughts on Cremation vs. Burial, and the Resurrection Question

I do have an opinion, but it’s not a super strong one, more a personal preference in light of certain ancient practices.

The Sentence Against God

The Sentence Against God

In If God Is GoodI share a story that John Stott tells in his book The Cross of Christ about billions of people seated on a great plain before God’s throne.

Thoughts about John Lennon, his Death, and the Ray Comfort video Genius

Thoughts about John Lennon, his Death, and the Ray Comfort video Genius

December 8 is the anniversary of John Lennon’s death. He died 32 years ago. I’m going to end by linking you to a fascinating new video that talks about John Lennon and much more. 

The Hardest Lesson

The Hardest Lesson

When I was seventeen years old and had known Christ for less than two years, I experienced what I believe was a mir­acle. 

You Can’t Take It with You

You Can’t Take It with You

A sad news story that powerfully illustrates “you can’t take it with you.” Think of how the treasure could have been used to make a short-term and long-term difference in people’s lives. 

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