Let’s admit it: we’ve all designed the perfect home in our mind. We know what it would look like, and we know what would fill every room. But at some point, even your dream home will fail to satisfy the deepest desires of your soul.
What is it that your soul longs for? Tune in for an exclusive livestream event with popular author and speaker Elyse Fitzpatrick, as she reminds us that heaven is the ultimate home we’re waiting for. In this very practical discussion, Elyse will explore our final destination and the afterlife, and how it makes all the difference in our faith today.
This event will whet your appetite for the life that is to come, and inspire you for the life that God is calling you to live right now!
With your purchase of a streaming license, you can:
- Replay the event as many times as you want until November 7
Streaming licenses are available for individuals, small groups, and entire churches. These 3, one hour teaching sessions from a respected bible teacher will make for an excellent study on your own or with friends.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING...
"There's something Elyse does better than anyone: she elaborately describes the stunning glories of what home will really be like. It brought tears of longing to my eyes. One of the most powerful and important things she did for me (and will do for you) is stimulate homesickness."
- Paul David Tripp
"As someone who grew up in the church and studied the Bible, Elyse not only expanded my understanding, she fed my longing. This is something I will recommend again and again to those who long to understand what awaits believers beyond this life."
- Nancy Guthrie
"I've tasted enough of the fake stuff to know that I only want to feast on real hope. Elyse has done a fabulous job to whet our appetites for Home--our real Home. She sorts out the misunderstandings surrounding heaven, and lays out a buffet of biblical truth for our homesick hearts. The gospel rings out loud and clear through Elyse's words, and makes my heart soar. Because of Jesus Christ, we have so much to look forward to, and that is the understatement of the ages."
- Gloria Furman