Life After Death





Is there life after death? Many people would respond with a resounding
yes! It’s not just faith that tells them that crossing over is not the end;

it’s signs from loved ones who have died, messages that bring
solace and healing. Some describe having a near-death experience 
in which they catch a glimpse of heaven.

Their inspiring stories strengthen the belief that a connection
exists between the here and the hereafter, that love never
dies but lasts for eternity.

Recent Life After Death Stories

She lost her husband in the World Trade Center attack. Reassurance about the afterlife came in ways she never expected.

by Kimberly Young Statkevicus
, Norwalk, Connecticut

A sparkler shines in the night air.

The lone sparkler they found in their mother's house was like a spark of hope on a dark night.

by Stone Wallace
, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

After her father died, a woman coping with grief wonders if the tree he planted in her yard would ever bloom.

by Susan Gleason
, Yuma, Arizona

More than a year after her daughter was killed at Columbine High School, a mother longed for a sign that her child's soul was at peace in the afterlife.

by Dee Fleming
, Littleton, Colorado

A mother coping with grief at the loss of her son takes solace in a simple message of comfort and hope.

by Susan Hunter
, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

A young seminary student finds a spiritual mentor in a genteel old lady, whose wisdom lived on even in the afterlife.

by Meredith Hunt
, Allen Park, Michigan

In the last moments of her life before crossing over, a woman's mother struggled to speak. But what was she trying to say?

by Amy Emenheiser
, Tryone, Pennsylvania

A Green Beret never forgot the words of a fellow soldier, even in the afterlife.

by Dixon Hill
, Scottsdale, Arizona

My new family had given me so much joy following Mom's death. How could I find hope after losing my daughter?

by Karen Johnson
, Kingsport, Tennessee

Janis Amatuzio believes there is an afterlife

I have come to believe that these experiences reveal the truth of what I believe: Dying is part of a larger picture, a moment of transformation on a path of eternal life.

by Janis Amatuzio
, Coon Rapids, Minnesota

A widow coping with grief gets a comforting sign that her husband's spirit is still near.

by Barbara Laporte
, New Brighton, Minnesota

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