Blog Posts

Sam’s Experience Serving Refugees in Greece

By Sarah | July 3, 2016

My son Sam just returned home from Greece last night.  It is a moving experience to hear about the refugee situation first hand from a loved one. Sam you just got back from Greece.  Please tell us, why did you go? I wanted to try something different–something that I felt would challenge me. I went…

Another Awesome Story About Gianna Jessen

By Sarah | June 2, 2016

Ted Harvey, now a Colorado State Senator, shared an awesome experience he had in May 2006 when he was a member of the Colorado House of Representatives.  He felt humbled and confident that God used him for the role he played that day. One day in May 2006 as he was leaving the House chambers for the…

A Tribe in Africa

By Sarah | April 9, 2016

I love this story. I use it almost every time I speak, because it is the perfect way to introduce the cultural impact of an announcing dream.  Announcing dreams teach us that we are eternal beings and come from another realm, a heavenly realm, before we are born.  Life is sacred–we are sacred.  We have…

Book Review of The Castaways, 2015

By Sarah | March 1, 2016

Spiritual Accounts of Aborted Souls: Additional Support for the Pro-life Movement By Carolina Allen · January 22, 2016 After the Roe vs Wade court ruling on January 22, 1973, many believed the abortion debate to be categorically over. However the pro-life movement has since been steadily picking up steam. With the cultural and political trial…

A Life is Spared

By Sarah | January 23, 2016

This story is from my new book The Castaways.  It is available on Amazon Books, the Kindle Edition and paperback. A Life Is Spared Returning home from a speaking assignment one day, Brent and I were tired and excited to be reunited with our children. We were just getting readjusted to the hustle and bustle…

I Am Going Back to the Land of My Ancestors and Bringing My Dear Hubby

By Sarah | June 18, 2015

  My life was forever changed last summer during the month of June when I traveled to England and Scotland with my four daughters, Krista, Becky, Rachel, and Anna.  I never knew that one could fall in love with another country or the people, but I did. For several months after I arrived home, I…

Exciting News for Pre-Birth Studies

By Sarah | May 5, 2015

I am excited to share with you that we are making a documentary about our research concerning unborn children coming to their mothers or fathers in dreams and visions. This phenomenon has occurred down through the history of time in that we have stories in the scriptures of “the announcing dream’, the most famous being…

My Daughter Laura Shares from her Blog

By Sarah | April 16, 2015

  Thursday, April 16, 2015 from Laura Hinze Lofgreen at http://mydeartrash.blogspot.com/2015/ The Safest Place in the World – A Vivid Reality I’ve had this thought running through my mind for quite sometime.  Being pregnant has pushed the barriers of my mind and heart.  Mentally, there is no way to comprehend what the body can do. …

LDS Women at the United Nations March, 2015

By Sarah | March 19, 2015

LDS women hosted a Monday night event titled “Women & Girls: Across the Generations” to a standing-room only crowd in the Church Center of the United Nations (CCUN). “We’ve never had this kind of turnout,” says Kelli Franzen-Houghton of United Families International. “In all the years we’ve been hosting our parallel events, it has never gone…

Hearts Turning to the Children

By Sarah | January 13, 2015

My friend Lani Axman (see previous post about her) has been a major force to share the message of the castaways.  Thank you Lani for spreading the word–it takes courage and you have it girlfriend.  This article is written by my soul sister Lani and on her website at TheGiftofGivingLife.com   January 13, 2015 in…