In 2006, the world stopped to watch as the media reported on the events taking place in Salt Lake City, Utah. Four-year-old conjoined twins, Kendra and Maliyah Herrin, underwent a twenty-five hour surgery to separate their shared lower bodies. This is their story.
When Chrisy Ross and her family moved to a small-town LDS community - one she affectionately refers to as Maryberry - she underestimated her readiness as a nonmember for what turned out to be a cultural immersion.
In 1999, Suzanne Freeman briefly passed away during surgery before returning to mortality. While in the spirit world, she was taken by the Savior to the Window of Life. In this heavenly window, she was shown scenes of future events and how they will affect us all.
We entered a broad corridor with a wide-planked hardwood floor, polished to a high sheen. Voices came from a room off to one side. When we pushed open the door, I saw George Washington standing behind a podium, addressing some of his peers from mortality, including many of the signers of the Declaration of Independence.