There  is a purpose to your existence! 
    Is this life all there is, or as one man put it, “Are we more than just carbon based parasites infesting the surface of the globe, hemmed in by birth and death?" ​​

Or ... do we dare listen to that hope buried deep in our souls that there has to be a higher purpose for this earthly experience? ​​
The Big Question of Human Existence
The question of our human existence is a philosophical question that has challenged mankind since the beginning of human consciousness. Theories abound as to WHY we are here.  Is this life all there is, or as Emil Brunner put it, “Are we more than just carbon-based parasites infesting the surface of the globe hemmed in by birth and death?”  Or ... do we dare listen to that hope buried deep in our souls that there has to be a higher purpose for this earthly experience?  Do we really live in an uncaring universe or as Sam asked Frodo on their trek to Mordor, “I wonder what sort of tale we’ve fallen into?” Christians dare to believe there is a higher purpose even though at times we too are consumed with doubt and confusion especially in the midst of life’s difficulties.

This belief goes back to God’s statement, “Let us make man in our image!”  Any theory to address this difficult question of our existence has to take into account the complex and perplexing environment we earthlings find ourselves in, and present plausible answers that satisfy the criteria.  We will make the bold statement that the Christian perspective provides the best answers to these big questions of life. It presents answers to both the “Who” and the “Why.”  We DO live in a caring universe and all the joys and sorrows, pain and pleasure, good and evil, living and dying that we experience count for something - they will not be wasted. God will see to that.  There is a purpose to it all.   

This series of 90 free sermons or the equivalent free book format is designed to take the reader through an amazing process beginning with God in prehistory and finishing with humanity joining God in eternity as His loving sons and daughters. 
Do we really live in an uncaring universe or as Sam asked Frodo on their trek to Mordor, “I wonder what sort of tale we’ve fallen into?”
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