What is heaven like? How do you describe heaven to a little one? Step into the joys of heaven in this new children's book that looks at what the Bible says about heaven. Pastor Richard Eng began this project of love after he and his wife experienced a miscarriage. The story is based on an imaginative conversation with his unborn son, who they planned to name Jesse, telling him what heaven would be like. Through this book, Pastor Eng is encouraging parents with their children to reimagine heaven as a place that is not dream-like or boring, but a real place that will properly satisfy our longing for meaningful and mentally fulfilling work.
What happens when we die? What can be learned from near-death experiences about the afterlife and the reality of heaven and hell? A new documentary based on Lee Strobel's book, The Case for Heaven, will be aired on PureFlix and we're getting a glimpse of the project on Ken and Deb in the Morning. Lee Strobel shares what he has learned from talking with Biblical scholars, pastors, and people who have had near-death experiences. Lee will address some of the fears people have regarding death and the assurance of heaven for those who have placed their faith and trust in Jesus.
Atheist-turned-Christian Lee Strobel, the former award-winning legal editor of The Chicago Tribune, is a New York Times best-selling author of more than forty books and curricula that have sold fourteen million copies in total. He currently serves as Founding Director of the Lee Strobel Center for Evangelism and Applied Apologetics at Colorado Christian University. Lee has been married to his wife, Leslie for forty-eight years. Their daughter, Alison, is a novelist and homeschooling expert, and their son, Kyle, is a professor of spiritual theology at the Talbot School of Theology at Biola University.
Richard R. Eng serves as the family pastor at Trinity Evangelical Free Church in Holdrege, Nebraska. Eng has written on faith and cultural issues for The Expository Times, Free Thinking Ministries, Cross Examined and other outlets. He and his wife share two children and reside in Holdrege, Nebraska. For more information, please visit www.richardreng.com.