The Real Heaven

What the Bible Actually Says

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Amid all the popular conjecture about Heaven, what does the Bible actually say? And why does it matter?

"Heaven is a surprisingly popular topic in our culture--there is no shortage of books, films, and other media exploring the afterlife. But what does the Bible say? God has provided us with a tantalizing glimpse of Heaven in His Word. Chip Ingram helps us navigate Scripture's teaching and separate fact from fiction in this practical, readable book."--Jim Daly, president, Focus on the Family

"My friend Chip Ingram is a compelling communicator of Truth. The Real Heaven shows us why Heaven matters and gives us guidance as we live with an eternal perspective and personal hope. Don't miss this book!"--Jack Graham, pastor, Prestonwood Baptist Church

"Understanding Heaven is not a waste of time. For Christians, it's one of the most important things we can do! Hope in the promise of what God has prepared for us in the future can make the present much more meaningful, and Chip helps us cling to that hope as he explains The Real Heaven."--Dave Stone, pastor, Southeast Christian Church, Louisville, KY


Chip Ingram, Author

Chip Ingram is the teaching pastor and CEO of Living on the Edge, an international teaching and discipleship ministry. A pastor for over thirty years, Chip is the author of many books, including Culture Shock, The Real Heaven, The Real God, The Invisible War, and Love, Sex, and Lasting Relationships. Chip and his wife, Theresa, have four grown children and twelve grandchildren and live in California.

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Lance Witt, Author

Lance Witt is the founder of Replenish ministries, the author of Replenish the book, and is often referred to as a pastor's pastor. Before launching Replenish, Lance served twenty years as a senior pastor and six years as an executive/teaching pastor at Saddleback Church. Lance and his wife, Connie, have been two grown children and four granddaughters.

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