What Will Happen With The People You Love When You Die?

By Jenn Hood, Office Administrator at Connexus Church

I love my family. I really do. I even enjoy hanging out with them (most of the time!).

I also love my friends. They're awesome. And make life more fun.

And I know that I'd miss any one of my family or friends like crazy if they were gone.

Regardless of the number of friends you have (or don't have), or the state of your relationships with your family (for better or worse), there is likely at least one person who you'd miss if they were gone.

Or perhaps, maybe for you, there is a broken relationship you have, and you wonder what will happen between you and them “on the other side”.

But what will these relationships be like when we die? Will we still know each other? Or even recognize each other? Will that broken relationship be restored?

What if I told you that there have been people, who are still alive today, who have had a glimpse into what these relationships will be like in heaven?

Join me this Sunday at Connexus, to hear their experiences, and find out what they can tell us about our relationships on this earth.


Barrie Location

Imagine Heaven — Part 3 — Love You (To The Moon and Back) | Carey Nieuwhof

So…will you recognize the people you love in heaven? Will the relationships that mattered most to you in life matter in heaven? Many NDEs reveal a lot about relationships and so does scripture. We’ll look at what our relationships will be like in heaven, and how that changes things on earth.

9.00 and 10.30 am | 20 Mills Road, Barrie

Orillia Location

Imagine Heaven — Part 2 — Everything New | Carey Nieuwhof

Perhaps the most common theme from NDEs is experiencing a beauty that fills the soul and is hard to put into words. People who get a glimpse of the world to come encounter a majesty that is beyond their ability to fully comprehend. It turns out that this heavenly world is the one that the Bible has been pointing to all along.

9.00 and 10.30 am | Galaxy Cineplex, Orillia


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