SERIES OVERVIEW

We’ve spent the winter looking at our Origins; it’s time to look at our Destination. Where does our story end? What happens at my end? Our fear of death is supercharged by the fear of the unknown. What if it could be known? What if you knew what it will be already? Despite what you have been told, you are not getting wings, a harp, and going to an eternal church service in the sky. It is so, so much better than that and when you understand what will happen there, it will change forever how you live here. Come find out why you won’t wind up in heaven and discover a hope that can conquer any fear.

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We’ve spent the winter looking at our Origins; it’s time to look at our Destination. Where does our story end? What happens at my end? Our fear of death is supercharged by the fear of the unknown. What if it could be known? What if you knew what it will be already? Despite what you have been told, you are not getting wings, a harp, and going to an eternal church service in the sky. It is so, so much better than that and when you understand what will happen there, it will change forever how you live here. Come find out why you won’t wind up in heaven and discover a hope that can conquer any fear.

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One of the things I loved about being a dad was introducing my kids to new experiences – their first ball game, first amusement park, first ride on a plane. Of course, not every first was fun. There were also first shots, first stitches, first funerals. One common question they had that put every fear to rest and built up hope for what was coming was, “Dad, what will it be like?” Jesus proclaimed our great hope was not merely what was in heaven, but the “renewal of all things.” And so, in order to have our fears flee and our hope grow, the question rings out from our childlike hearts, “What will it be like?” Fight fear and build hope, this Sunday at Mendham Hills.