By Josh Griffin
One of these days, life will come to an end. Full of energy and vigor and a sense of invincibility, many teenagers struggle grasping the notion of death—and they have even more difficulty grasping the truth of what happens after we die.
Is there an afterlife? If we go to heaven, will we be playing harps and floating around on clouds? If we go to hell, will we be sitting around on rocks in the middle of fiery pools? What does the Bible say about these places?
In this two-week sermon series, Josh Griffin bluntly, but appropriately, unpacks biblical truths about heaven and hell. We get one shot at life, and we face a vital question that will determine our destination after death: Will we choose to receive the gift of forgiveness and eternal life that's available through Jesus? If we say yes, we'll spend eternity in heaven in God's presence. If we say no, we'll spend eternity separated from God. It's that simple and that crucial.
Use this series to spark your teenagers' thoughts on what happens after death. The End will help them discover that death, in fact, really isn't the end—it's just the beginning.