Angels and the Afterlife contains many stories of people whose lives were saved by beings that others could not see. These are heart-felt stories from people whose lives have been changed forever by their encounters.
"I know that this book is divinely inspired and that the angels have made this happen. I have simply been the ears that listened to the stories and the fingers that typed the words. The end result is a book of about 220 pages and a front cover photo, by Judy Gaudrea, which some say is evidence that angels and spirits are here with us," says Laverne Stewart.
Angels and the Afterlife is meant to help you escape the bonds that hold you back. We are living in a precarious time. Many people live in great fear. They fear disease, economic crisis and wars. Some even fear the possibility of Armageddon.
The message Ms. Stewart received while writing this book is that angels and guides are here to love us unconditionally where we are, no matter what our circumstance.
It doesn't matter what we believe or don't believe. It doesn't matter what we have done or have failed to do. It doesn't matter what our religious views are. We are loved unconditionally. We all can live full, happy, healthy lives if we only reach out and ask for it.
There is nothing to fear. In the end, when our lives are over, we all go home because heaven doesn't discriminate against anyone for any reason.
"It is only when we open our hearts, minds, eyes and ears that we are truly able to feel, understand, see and hear the angels who are always near." - Laverne Marie Stewart
Laverne Marie Stewart has been putting thoughts to paper as long as she has been able to hold a pencil. She knew in high school that a writing career was her life’s ambition. After a year in radio, she made the move to TV news, spending 11 years with CTV in Halifax, Saint John and Fredericton.
She made the leap to print media in 1999, when she accepted a position as a news reporter with The Daily Gleaner. Now she is happily covering good-news stories as a feature writer at that newspaper. When she isn’t writing for the newspaper, she is does so at her home near Harvey Station, New Brunswick.
Her life is full and happy, thanks to the people who are in it. She is married to her soon-to-be-sainted husband Robert. He has lovingly accepted her for whom she is for the past 18 years. She is mother to Mary Louise and Nicolas, whom she describes as her little angels with crooked halos. Also included in her family is Tess, a Labrador retriever and tabby cat Stripes.
When she is not writing about angels and spirit guides, she is spending time with them. She is always looking for signs of their presence. She listens carefully so she can hear them whispering to her. The more she makes an effort to connect with them the closer they come to her and the more they are able to help her in all areas of her life.read more