By March 24, 2010Randy Alcorn answering the question, "Is there time in Heaven?" Q&A with Pastor JohnMark Comer at The Way, Solid Rock Church's ministry to "twenty-somethings." |
By March 24, 2010Randy answers the question, "How has the philosophy of Plato affected our view of Heaven?" Q&A about Heaven at The Way, Solid Rock Church's ministry to "twenty-somethings." |
By March 24, 2010Full-length video of Randy Alcorn answering questions about Heaven at The Way with Pastor JohnMark Comer, in July 2009. The Way is Solid Rock Church's ministry to "twenty-somethings." |
By March 24, 2010In this four minute video clip, Randy answers the question,"How did you come to this realization about Heaven?" and explains how his mother's death played a role in that realization, on the Herman and Sharron show. |
By March 24, 2010Discussion panel about what happens after we die at Christian Book Expo 2009 |
By March 23, 2010Randy Alcorn and photographer John MacMurray discuss how the photos were selected for the book The Promise of Heaven. |
By March 22, 2010|
Question from a reader:The New Earth is going to be so amazing, wonderful, beautiful, breath-taking, tangible, relational, joy-filled (the list goes on and on) and is also void of pain, suffering, death, sin, and grief. In light of all that, how much will rewards really matter?
By March 22, 2010|
Question from a reader:On page 174 of Heaven you talk of the thrill of seeing Jesus in Heaven. You say, “Being with him. Gazing at him. Talking with him. Worshiping him. Embracing him. Eating with him. Walking with him. Laughing with him.” But how will millions of resurrected believers be able to do this? Do we take turns?
By March 22, 2010Consider the fantastic words contained in Romans 8:19-23: The sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory that will be revealed in us. The creation waits in eager expectation for the sons of God to be revealed. For the creation was subjected to frustration [curse]... in hope that the creation itself will be liberated from its bondage to decay and brought into the glorious freedom of the children of God....We know that the whole creation has been groaning as in the pains of childbirth right up to the present time. Not only ... |
By March 22, 2010Think about the person you would most want to spend time with. Who would that person be? Your favorite singer, author, or athlete? Your best friend who moved away? A family member who’s already died? Many Christians would say they’d want to spend time with Jesus. They’d want to see the Savior who created them, died for them, and made their life in Heaven possible—the one who loves them more than anyone else. |