In our modern age of medicine, one in twenty-five people have been pronounced clinically dead and yet were resuscitated. More intriguing is what these “after-death-experiences” reveal about the next life. These near-death experiences, or NDEs, are a global phenomenon. It’s estimated that there are more than 13 million in the U.S. alone.
Millions of people are telling stories of their near-death experiences, and our culture is fascinated by them. It's time to start talking about what life after this life might look like. What’s After ATX is a diverse and creative place to seek answers, information, and experiences to satisfy curiosities around this newly scientifically supported evidence of life after death. Our purpose is to empower both individuals and groups to explore important questions about life and spirituality through immersive media and open conversation.
Those who have had near-death experiences report very similar things about what they saw and felt - Beauty in new dimensions, superpowers, relational reunions, life review, and a God of love and light. Do these experiences fit within the Christian view of the afterlife as described in the Bible? Join us on Sundays, May 17th, 24th, and 31st as we explore those topics and see how the afterlife is described in the Bible. It's not what most of us think.
See more stories about near-death experiences and get more resources at the What's After ATX website. Share the videos and have honest, respectful conversations with your friends. What do you believe happens after this life? What leads you to believe that? Is what you hope happens different from what you think happens? These are great questions to ask, especially at a time like this.
Read and share the What's After Life book. It's a condensed version of the best selling book, Imagine Heaven. It's an easy read and a great discussion starter.
You can order the audiobook here for free by using the promo code: whatsafteratx. There is no need to enter your credit card information, but you will need to set up and account.
You can also order books to give to your friends for under three dollars each here.