Wealth is not inherently evil, but it is dangerous. Wealth promises to insulate us from the dangers and discomforts of the world, but rather than making us feel good, wealth can cause us to feel nothing at all. In his parable about the rich man and Lazarus, Jesus illustrates the way wealth makes us blind to the needs of others and deaf to the word of God. If we allow the comfort of wealth to harden our hearts, it will ultimately determine our destiny.
What happens when you die? And does the life you live today make a difference? Join us this Sunday at the Warrenville campus as we explore a story Jesus tells about two people who die on the same day, and the very different experiences they have in the afterlife.