Roberta Grimes is a lady who has spent decades studying the afterlife and the massive amount of evidence that we now have for the continuation of life after death which has been at our disposal over the past 200 years. She shares what she has learnt in two of her books which I have recently read.
The books are the Fun of Dying (2010) and the Fun of Staying in Touch (2014). These two books form part of a trilogy that Roberta has written that explains in simple easy to understand terminology just what happens when we transition and about God, reality, and the meaning and purpose of life on earth.
In the Fun of Staying in Touch, she outlines the many ways that one can communicate with those who have transitioned and it also includes a study guide and a very comprehensive list of resources.
Roberta is a business attorney who has written quite a few books including a book called Liberating Jesus.
Her books are easy to read. If you have ever wondered what happens after death and how you may live today with your eternal life in mind, these are two great introductory books.
The following is taken from her blog, “Roberta has been a guest on hundreds of radio programs. She hosts her own live show called Seek Reality on the BBM Global Network, and podcasts of previous Seek Reality shows dating back to 2013 are available for free on WebTalkRadio.net and on iTunes, where her archive has had hundreds of thousands of downloads. Roberta’s shows and podcasts feature interesting and sometimes controversial topics and guests. Their purpose is to help you develop an understanding of what actually is going on.”
Her blog is at http://robertagrimes.com
Most of us believe there is something more to our four score years and ten. But what? If you have ever wondered, what is next, then you may find yourself on an exciting journey with Roberta.
If you wish to find out a little more without resorting to the academic treatises, then check this lady’s books out. I purchased my copies from The Book Depository as I have no local bookstore, but I am sure they would be readily available at your local bookstore or library.