By Heber Kimball Hall
In 2016 I was gifted with several personal revelations. I was told I would have clarity about romance in 2020. I was also told that I would meet "him."
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has installed a set of special vending machines, all across the world people are planning service projects and creating posts all to share a bit of light with the world. For the past few years The Church has developed different promotional videos to share with the public... Continue Reading →
Church members can often point to a singular experience when they “knew” it was true...I never had that experience. I’ve actually had thousands of them.
Personal Revelation has been an integral part of my conversion to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since the beginning. Having indefinite "feelings" about things in my and my children's lives is not new for me...or for them. Knowing where those feelings come from, is. Since my pre-Baptism lessons four and a half... Continue Reading →
How does one say "thank you" for a life that has been turned around? How does one say it for all the "things" in life that have come about and all the more that have changed for the best. More, how does one show gratitude felt towards their fellow person for all their help? I... Continue Reading →
when the day of my second anniversary of holding my Temple Recommend coincided with the date of my graduation, I felt a subtle "nod" from my Heavenly Father
On March 23, 2013 I was baptized. March 23 of this year came around and I was visiting Columbia, South Carolina. It seemed a fitting day for a temple trip. After all, I was in the area hunting up ghosts of my ancestors. During a middle of the night genealogy session spurred by The... Continue Reading →
On March 6, 2013, I said a prayer. A short prayer, a simple prayer, THEN I acted on the impression I received. Since that moment, my life has changed significantly. Let me back up for a few moments. The year 2012 was a very full year for me. While I was travelling the country, I... Continue Reading →