In our modern age of medicine, one in twenty-five people have been pronounced clinically dead and yet were resuscitated. These near-death experiences, or NDEs, are a global phenomenon. 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. Our purpose is to empower both individuals and groups to explore the important questions about life and spirituality through immersive media and open conversation. We're excited to explore near-death experiences and what they can tell us about the possibility of life after this life in a message series.
WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?
Millions of people are telling stories of their experiences—after this life. But there is also reason to be hopeful and positive. We hope these insights on NDEs will comfort you and give you peace. And that there is more to know than fear and despair. There is love here and now, and love on the other side.
Millions of people are telling stories of their experiences—after they died. One of the most enduring questions: What happens after this life? Cloaked in various religious or secular explanations, this question begs at us sooner or later as we consider our own mortality or the lives of our loved ones.
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