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How would you live if you discovered that the next 24 hours would determine your future? Would you intentionally direct your actions or let the chips fall where they may? In this 6-session study, Bevere blends allegory with Scripture to show how the choices we make today have an eternal impact. Includes:
- 6 sessions on 2 DVDs (30 minutes each)
- Driven by Eternity book
- Affabel: Window of Eternity audio theater on 3 CDs
Vendor: Messenger International
Publication Date: 2016
Good Or God? Why Good Without God Isn't Enough--DVD CurriuculumJohn BevereMessenger International / 2015 / DVD$87.99 Retail:Video
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What if you learned you were part of an experiment where the next 24 hours would determine the quality of the rest of your life? Everything from the job you hold to the neighborhood and house you live in will be tied to how you navigate the course of one day. How would you approach those 24 hours? Would you be intentional or would you hope for the best and leave everything to chance? As far-fetched as this experiment might seem, it closely resembles how your choices today will impact your forever.
In Driven by Eternity, best-selling author John Bevere uses an eye-opening allegory and extensive Scripture to paint a vivid picture of the way our lives on this earth shape our eternal existence. Life beyond that final breath is much more than just a destination. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Discover now how you can make your life count both today and forever.
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John Bevere and his wife Lisa are the founders of Messenger International. A minister and best-selling author, John delivers messages of uncompromising truth with boldness and passion. His desire is to support the local church and resource leaders regardless of location, language, or financial position. To this end, his resources have been translated into over 90 languages, and millions of copies have been given away to pastors and leaders worldwide. When he’s home, John tries to convince Lisa to take up golf and spends time with his four sons, daughter-in-law, and grandbabies.