Anthony DeStefano

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Anthony DeStefano is the bestselling author of 20 Christian books for children and adults, including: A Travel Guide to Heaven, Ten Prayers God Always Says Yes To, Angels All Around Us, Little Star, and The Donkey that No One Could Ride. He has received many prestigious awards from religious organizations worldwide for his efforts to advance Christian beliefs in modern culture.

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Ten Prayers God Always Says...

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A Travel Guide to Heaven

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Angels All Around Us: A Sig...

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This Little Prayer of Mine

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Inside the Atheist Mind: Un...

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A Travel Guide to Life

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Our Lady's Wardrobe

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Little Star

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Hell: A Guide

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“true wisdom always leads us to please God.”
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“The family is under attack. The church is under attack. Religious freedom is under attack. Free speech is under attack. The unborn are under attack. The old and the infirm are under attack. The very underpinnings of society are under attack. You have to be blind not to see what’s happening! We are immersed in an epic spiritual conflict between life and death, truth and lies, humility and pride, light and darkness, good and evil.”
Anthony DeStefano, Hell: A Guide

“That’s why it’s so important to pay our respects to deceased friends and relatives at the cemetery. Sometimes you hear people say that they don’t think that’s necessary because the person’s “not really there,” that he or she is “with God,” or that the best thing to do is “say a prayer” for the person’s soul. The problem with this kind of thinking is that it’s only half true. As we’ve said, after someone dies, only part of the person is with God. The other part—the person’s body—is still here with us on Earth. When we visit someone at the cemetery, we are showing that we understand and believe this truth: that the person we loved is not just a spirit, that he or she is going to be a whole person once again. Justin Martyr, writing a little more than one hundred years after Christ’s own bodily resurrection, summed it up perfectly: “If God has called humans to life and resurrection, he has called not a part, but a whole—and that is the soul and the body.”
Anthony DeStefano, A Travel Guide to Heaven

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