I believe the Lord guides each of us on our spiritual journey. I believe I was suppose to read this article at this time. I had never heard of Meridian Magazine until yesterday and it was a most unusual set of circumstances that brought this article to my attention. My thanks to Maurine Proctor for writing it.
I serve in the Washington Kennewick mission office. A painting of the Benbow farm is on the wall above my desk. I knew the farm had a part in Church history, but didn't know the story. Thank you for this article about many who came to a day of decision. I can now share the story of the Benbow family with my fellow missionaries.
Thank you for the wonderful reminder!! We need to be more committed!!
This article brought tears to my eyes. I love and admire those who have consecrated their lives to God. I was touched by these stories! I will try harder! Karell Bingham
Wonderful additions to that well known story. I feel very fortunate to have Clark Hinckley's daughter living across the street, and to have met her wonderful parents and siblings. Having grown up in an abusive home, it was just totally amazing to me to meet such a wonderful family where everyone loves each other. Like everyone else, I really miss Pres. Hinckley and am always running across quotes or stories about him. My neighbor has told me a bit about him.......great article and question to ponder.
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