Hollywood, Heaven, You And Me
Robin Williams wandered through a vividly colorful, custom-made heaven in What Dreams May Come.
Al Pacino ruled hell from the plush penthouse offices of his New York City law firm in The Devil's Advocate.
Angels fall to earth and want to stay in City of Angels.
Audrey Hepburn teaches Richard Dreyfus how to be a guardian angel in Always.
Burt Reynolds is an animated mutt who learns that All Dogs Go To Heaven.
Hollywood can’t help itself. Maybe that’s because it knows we can’t help ourselves. Cynics may pontificate about heaven being “pie-in-the-sky” nonsense, but deep down inside, most people can’t help but consider what it will be like.
I’m excited about being “back in the saddle” with you for week 3 of “Heaven.” I’m also deeply appreciative of Tim Ketchersid and Ryan Rainey walking us through week 2 this past weekend!
We’ll be exploring what’s missing from heaven, why it matters, and what it has to do with us today. Bring a friend. God’s heart is that no one will be missing. He works in “Lost and Found.” Let’s do, too.
Join us tonight (6:45 VR Campus) or Sunday!
Grace and Peace,
Posted on Thu, July 27, 2017
by Chris Seidman