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Connexus Church Audio Podcast

Welcome to the Connexus Church Audio Podcast. Whether church has been part of your life or not, these 40 minute messages can help you grow in your relationship with God. Our vision at COnnexus CHurch is to create a church that unchurched people love to attend. See more at ConnexusCHurch.com
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Aug 28, 2016

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 relationship and so does scripture. We’ll look at what our relationships will be like in heaven, and how that changes things on earth.

Aug 22, 2016

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.

Aug 14, 2016

So is heaven real? Like real, real? And if it is, what’s it like? We’ll share 5 misconceptions about heaven in this message, and look at what scripture points us toward. We’ll also look at some near death experience accounts, both ancient and current. Maybe if someone came back from the dead and told us what heaven is like, we’d believe.  

Aug 7, 2016

When we’re in the midst of pain and suffering, it can feel like we’ll never be happy again, nothing good can come from our circumstances, and there’s no reason to continue living. But those are lies. God can redeem, use, and work through our pain. And when he does, we eventually have the opportunity to comfort others. There is a “Fellowship of Suffering.” People who’ve suffered are uniquely equipped and qualified to comfort people who are suffering.

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