Imagine Heaven Devotional (Hardcover)
100 Reflections to Bring Heaven to Your Life Today
Baker Books, 9780801093623, 224pp.
Publication Date: July 31, 2018
List Price: 16.99*
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In 2015, John Burke's Imagine Heaven took the book world by storm, landing on the New York Times bestseller list and selling more than half a million copies. Its exhilarating picture of heaven, drawn from Scripture and illustrated with true stories of near-death experiences, enthralled readers and offered real-life evidence that supported their faith and answered some of their most pressing questions about life after death. Scripture tells us to "Think about the things of heaven, not the things of earth" (Col. 3:2). Now readers can meditate daily on the realities of heaven with the Imagine Heaven Devotional. Each of the 100 devotions includes near-death stories from the bestselling book, Scripture, a prayer, as well as brand new stories and content that helps readers apply these heavenly promises to how they live life today.
About the Author
John Burke is the New York Times bestselling author of Imagine Heaven, No Perfect People Allowed, Soul Revolution, and Unshockable Love. As an international speaker, John has addressed hundreds of thousands of people in 20 countries on topics of leadership and spiritual growth. He is founder and senior pastor of the multi-site community of Gateway Church, Austin. Keep in touch at JohnBurkeOnline.com, at ImagineHeaven.net, and on social media @johnburkeofficial.Kathy Burke cofounded Gateway Church in Austin and served on the staff for many years. Kathy has contributed to and edited No Perfect People Allowed and Imagine Heaven. She has worked in financial consulting and missions, and for the past two decades as a home educator. Kathy is currently a freelance writer and editor, and continues to enjoy assisting her husband's and adult children's business and ministry endeavors. Find her on social media @KathyCBurke. The Burkes have two grown children and live in Austin, Texas.