Between Heaven and Earth

It alsomakes me want to spend my timeon earth making a difference .. . and finishing well.” —Michael W. Smith “Sometimes we feel stuck—stuck between the hope of heaven and the pain of this world.InBetween HeavenandEarth, my friend Steve ...

Between Heaven and Earth

Be Transformed by a Glimpse of Paradise · What will heaven be like? What will we do? Who will we see? · How can I become more excited about heaven as my true home? · Is it possible that knowing more about heaven will result in greater joy and purpose in my daily life? It's not easy separating fact from fiction when it comes to heaven, nor is it always easy to see how the afterlife can affect our lives today. After a car accident caused his nineteen-year-old son to unexpectedly enter heaven, Pastor Steve Berger chose to reject despair and commit himself to carefully studying his son's new, eternal home. He had no idea how much there was to learn, and his life hasn't been the same since. This biblical and deeply personal study of heaven will give you hope for the future. But more than that, it will show you what it means to live today in light of the reality of heaven. If your view of heaven isn't life-changing, it needs to be adjusted. Let Pastor Berger's exploration of eternity fill you with overflowing hope, courage, and purpose. "Sometimes we feel stuck--stuck between the hope of heaven and the pain of this world. In Between Heaven and Earth, my friend Steve Berger shows us how to not only live in that tension, but how--and why--we should embrace it."--Dave Ramsey, New York Times bestselling author and nationally syndicated radio show host "I grew up hearing people say, 'Some Christians are so heavenly minded they are of no earthly good.' Nowadays it seems like the church has become so earthly minded we're of no heavenly good. In Between Heaven and Earth, my friend Pastor Steve Berger shows us the absolute necessity of having a heavenly mind-set (Colossians 3:1-2) in order to make a real difference in people's lives while we remain on earth. Embrace the truths of this book--learn how to have your heart in heaven and your hand in the harvest. It's one decision you'll never regret!"--Jeremy Camp "When my friend Steve Berger talks about heaven, I sit up and listen. I've walked with Steve as he's faced the trials of this life, and I've observed how he has emerged with a deeper faith and love for the Father and the people around him. What he has taught me makes me long for heaven. It also makes me want to spend my time on earth making a difference . . . and finishing well."--Michael W. Smith "A beloved pastor and teacher, Steve Berger taught for years on the reality of heaven even as we serve Christ on earth, never knowing that one tragic event would bring both realities irrevocably into sharp focus in a moment. . . . Some of God's greatest mysteries are wrapped up in tragedy, but the tear-stained wisdom mined in that darkness is a gift to us all. In this marvelous book, heaven will become a greater reality even as we are invited to live our lives on earth with greater passion."--Sheila Walsh, author of The Storm Inside "Steve has a rich, compelling perspective on Glory that will give you fresh grace to lean into the perfect love of Jesus today. Therefore, I encourage readers not to stop at just one--instead buy a whole case of these puppies and pass them out to all your friends and family!"--Lisa Harper, author, Bible teacher and Women of Faith speaker "In stark contrast to the Bible--and the whole of Christian history--today's believers think little about heaven and much about the comforts, challenges, and distractions of this life. In this much-needed corrective, Pastor Steve Berger challenges and equips us to be more heavenly minded, so we can, in fact, be more earthly good."--Michael Hyatt, New York Times bestselling author

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Between Heaven and Earth
Language: en
Pages: 192
Authors: Steve Berger
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-03-04 - Publisher: Baker Books

Be Transformed by a Glimpse of Paradise · What will heaven be like? What will we do? Who will we see? · How can I become more excited about heaven as my true home? · Is it possible that knowing more about heaven will result in greater joy and purpose
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Language: en
Pages: 144
Authors: Burghild Nina Holzer
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-02-02 - Publisher: Harmony

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Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Francisco Cândido Xavier, André Luiz (Espírito)
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-10-10 - Publisher: FEB Editora

This is a novel that offers information about the relationship that exists in the activities of the spirit on the two planes of life. Renewing his interest in our inner improvement, Andre Luiz tells the moving story of Amaro, Zulmira, Odila and other characters, recounting the events of their previous
Between Heaven and Earth
Language: en
Pages: 336
Authors: Laura A. Huxley
Categories: Conduct of life
Type: BOOK - Published: 1991-02 - Publisher: Hay House Incorporated

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Between Heaven and Earth
Language: en
Pages: 448
Authors: Harriet Beinfield, Efrem Korngold
Categories: Health & Fitness
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-12-18 - Publisher: Ballantine Books

“Comprehensive, encyclopedic, and lucid, this book is a must for all practitioners of the healing arts who want to broaden their understanding. Readers interested in the role of herbs and foods in healing will also find much to learn here, as I have. . . . A fine work.”—Annemarie Colbin,