| EV Night | 20/01/2013 | Andrew Heard
How do we know whether death is the end? What would it mean for our lives and society? We wrestle with these questions and see how Jesus comes into the picture.
1 Corinthians 15:1-11 | Saturday EV | 2/02/2013 | Andrew Heard
How can we know there is life after death? Andrew Heard unpacks evidence that there is life after death, what the bible says and why the consequences are of great importance!
| EV Night | 29/09/2013 | Dan Ford
What happens to Christians on judgement day and how can that be an encouragement to us now? Dan Ford shows us how it can be an encouragement and a challenge to us now.
1 Corinthians 15:1-11 | EV Church | 20/01/2013 | Andrew Heard
Death is the end or something happens after this life are mutually exclusive. i.e only one of these statements can be right. The essence of who Jesus was, is bound up on the afterlife. John 11:21-26 Jesus primary purpose wasn't to be a moral teacher, but to be a ransom for many so that they live free in the afterlife for eternity. Mark 10:45 Believing that this life is all there is, leads to a thinking that one should pursue whatever provides the most pleasure, and one that has no morals and no justice. Perhaps we would rather live in the despair of nothing, than to acknowledge God and live under His service. Facing God on judgement day without Jesus' protection, is a fate worse than death. If there is life beyond (as claimed by Jesus), it has very serious ramifications.