The Bible & The Meaning of Life
By: Christopher Flint, Ava Lau, Sarah Améstegui Deik
Have you even wondered: is life just like a game of “Monopoly?”. Join three friends, Chris, Ava and Sara, as they journey through the Bible, seeking the answers to life’s most important questions, including: “What is the purpose of life?” “How can we have peace in life?” “How can we cope with death?” “Where is the world heading?”
Have you even wondered: is life just like a game of “Monopoly?”. The years go round and round. We have fun along the way, and some of us may even be quite successful. But at the back of our minds, we know that one day, it will all go back into the box.
Join three friends, Chris, Ava and Sara, as they journey through the Bible, seeking the answers to life’s most important questions, including:
“What is the purpose of life?”
“How can we have peace in life?”
“How can we cope with death?”
“Where is the world heading?”
“The Bible’s answers have transformed our lives,” says Chris, Ava and Sara, “and we believe they can transform your life, too! In this book, we’ll share with you what we’ve found!”
About the Author:
Chris loves scuba diving, playing squash and travelling all around the world. He has a Master’s degree in Physics from Oxford University and a Master’s degree in Theology from Oak Hill Theological College in London. “Science tells me how the world works,” says Chris, “…and the Bible tells me why!” Chris is married to Erron.
Sara is a lifelong student of the beauty of God’s Word. She is from Bolivia and has degrees in Journalism and Theology. She and her husband Tony live in the little town of Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus! They both work at Bethlehem Bible College where they enjoy teaching and serving their students.
Ava is thankful for the many things that God has done in her life and wants to spread His love to others through this book. She is working full-time in the financial sector in London, and has been involved with a number of ministries in All Souls Church, Langham Place for over ten years. She recently met a friendly Maori Wrasse when scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef (and vowed never to eat them even though she is Chinese); her squash playing days are probably over as last time she played resulted in two surgeries; and she also likes collecting stamps on her passport.