Am I going to heaven when I die?

5″ x 8″ — 202 pages, paperback $9.99, Kindle $2.99
Read PDF online for free.
Helpful links, 7 Reasons I Choose Jesus, How Reliable Is the Bible? and Supplemental Study at



Pray a prayer. Check a box. And the Pearly Gates will open, right?

Or will they?

That’s what I thought until I read, reread, and reread the words of Jesus:

Sell everything; give the money to the poor. Come to Me for living water. Visit me in prison. Neither do I condemn you; go and sin no more. If you do not forgive, you will not be forgiven. Count the cost. You must be born again. Today you will be with Me in paradise. Lose your life for My sake. Overcome.

How do you decode that? Am I going to heaven when I die?

It’s time to lift the veil and untangle the mystery of what it really takes to board the train to heaven.


Refreshingly honest: “I am very careful who I choose to speak into my life… I loved your book… It suits the deep contemplative, inquiring mind. Those that can handle ideas of God [which] may not be so black and white. … I found your book refreshingly honest. Honest about where we the servants just may not have the right understanding regarding certain claims that Christian’s hold on to tightly. … your book was tactful and respectful … you did an honorable job presenting our Lord and his love for us all…” Doreen, Perth, Australia


Must read reality check: “In a culture where so often church leaders define success by how many people are sitting in the pews, and the number of people who have prayed a prayer, as a Pastor and spiritual leader, this is a must read reality check as a reminder of what the true purpose of the spiritual leader is. Beyond praying a transactional prayer, this book outlines the depth and eternal importance for pastors and lay leaders to move people beyond a verbal confession of faith and into a loving, transformative relationship with Jesus Christ where they are not only able to experience His love for themselves, but they are then in turn able to go on loving others with the same love in which they were first loved by God.” Pastor Chris Sherrick