WATCHHeaven is for Real vs. the Bible
David Platt, senior pastor of The Church
at Brook Hills in Birmingham, Alabama,
discusses Heaven is for Real vs.
the Bible. He also offers a list of other
bestselling books about supposed trips to
Heaven, reminding the audience of the
enormous sums of money being made by the
publishers. He wonders why so many people
have turned to these books instead of the
Bible for their own interpretations of
WATCHColton Burpo Armageddon Interview
Colton Burpo is interviewed by Natalie
Tizzel in January 2012 for the Canadian
television program 100 Huntley
Street. During the interview, Colton
describes seeing the coming Armageddon
while he was in Heaven. He says that he
saw his dad fighting in the battle as one
of the "good people" who were going
against the "bad people."
WATCHAkiane Kramarik CNN Interview - Child Prodigy who Painted Jesus Colton Burpo Recognized
Glenn Beck narrates this CNN segment on
Akiane Kramarik, the self-taught child
prodigy whose portrait of Jesus, titled
Prince of Peace: The
Resurrection, caught Colton Burpo's
eye when his father showed it to him.
After three years of being shown Jesus
pictures, Colton said, "That one's right,"
upon seeing Akiane's portrait. Akiane says
her inspiration comes from God and her
visits to Heaven.
WATCHColton Burpo Sings Amazing Grace in 2012 (age 13)
The band Read You and Me partners with
Colton Burpo for his music video debut in
this version of 'Amazing Grace (My Chains
Are Gone)'. The video was shot in 2012
when Colton was thirteen.
WATCHColton Burpo Home Video and Family Interview
This segment aired on the Christian
Broadcasting Network and features
Colton Burpo home movie footage and photos
shot before his appendix burst and he
found himself on a hospital operating
table close to death. Colton's parents,
Todd and Sonja Burpo, discuss the ways
Colton revealed to them that he had
visited Heaven and spoke to Jesus.
WATCHHeaven is for Real Trailer
Watch the Heaven is for Real
movie trailer for the film starring Greg
Kinnear as Pastor Todd Burpo. Adapted from
the real Burpo's bestselling 2010 book,
Heaven is for Real: A Little Boy's
Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and
Back, the movie retells the story of
his then three-year-old son, Colton, who
after a near-death experience began
sharing details of his visit to Heaven.