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 "How went that road trip?"

            Today is one of those especially hectic ones – two meetings, recording a week’s worth of radio programs, sending out the 100 letters that 11 of us wrote at our P.A.L. Night two nights ago, doing an afternoon “When Swing Was King” show, working on the next lecture in my Sunday school series on heaven, and, if the rain holds off this afternoon, getting my regular walk in.

            Actually, there have been several days like this in the last couple WSWK logo.jpgof weeks as we’re still trying to get caught up from our 2-week road trip that took our “When Swing Was King” ministry to San Antonio and Oklahoma City.  In each of those two cities, we were honored to receive amazing hospitality from two couples who have been beloved friends and pro-life colleagues of ours for many decades now – Bryan and Janet Lilius, and John and Janine Lehman.  You can read my detailed posts about our trip on Vital Signs Blog, but we thought you would also enjoy reading about it from the perspective of our respective hosts.  So, here you go. 

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This Week's Vital Signs 60-second Radio Commentaries     

   

 "Thinking About 'The Long Tomorrow'” 

"A Fresh Look at Heaven" 

"Will Heaven Be Boring?" 

"Looking the 'Wrong Way Round' at Heaven" 

 "Man Was Made for Heaven"

 

 

Thinking About Heaven

We are always encouraging Christians to be more heavenly-minded and so, for the next couple of weeks we are going to give you links to articles and a few “Vital Signs Minute” radio broadcasts dealing with that crucial topic. You’ll notice that several of them relate to Randy Alcorn’s truly masterful book, Heaven. So here you go: Ready For The Long Tomorrow?About Those Heaven TraveloguesWhen the World Presses In, Remember HeavenThinking about Heaven.

And those radio spots, you’ll find them right here:

 "Thinking About 'The Long Tomorrow'” 

"A Fresh Look at Heaven" 

"Will Heaven Be Boring?" 

"Looking the 'Wrong Way Round' at Heaven" 

 "Man Was Made for Heaven"