|Posted on October 30, 2014 at 5:05 PM|
My father passed away when I was just 10 years old. Then I lost my Garndparents in the late 90's early 2000. I was raised a Christian and was taught there is a heaven and there is a hell. I was told upon my dad's passing that it was "God's will" and that "Your dad lives on as long as you keep him in your heart" (tough for a 10 year old kid to process). Inside, I always felt as though my dad was in heaven. That I would some day see him again. And then, when my grandparents passed away, I told myself again, someday I will be with them. But honeslty, I wasn't sure. Let's face it, faith is a difficult thing for some people to have. I am one of them. While I do not profess to be a role model Christian, I have always felt God's presence. I avoided church for various reasons. None of which were for being too lazy to attend. Something just seemed "off" to me in regards to what was being preached.
Regardless of what we believe or don't believe, evidence is very difficult to dismess. This leads me to the beginning of my EVP passion. The day I got a message from my grandparents and my dad, it changed my life forever. Now, I am not oblivious as to how that sounds. It sounds like I am a nut job. Completely understandable and honestly I would have thought the same thing just a few short years ago if I saw a blog posting like this one.
So I suppose that is why I am so passionate about what we do here at EVP Mediums. I am compelled to present as much information as we can through the web and our video documented investigations to show mankind that the spiritual world is very much real. If we can help one person who is suffering from the loss of a loved one to know that the light or "Heaven" is real and that they will be reunited with that loved one someday. If we can help someone who is suffering from a "haunting" understand that they are not "crazy," then I can take all the nay-sayers and hecklers.
I cannot speak for the rest of the team and what drives them, but I know I am blessed to have them by my side.
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