Supporters

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Ian Tyrell Adams

Ian Tyrell Adams

I was born may 30 2004 in new mexico I grew up with no religion in my family I lived with my mom until she got to sick and got put In the hospital because of cancer when I was 6 or 7 years old that's when I moved in with my dad in Ogden Utah and then got the message from the messenger and the RI IN 2012 and all of the amazing information just made perfect sense to me and I'm so happy that I'm part of this marvelous work and it's just made me so happy and i wish everyone else could get the message so the messenger and the realilluminati could end poverty and all the other problems we have created throughout time. look at there plans and read the books.
Andy Alldredge

Andy Alldredge

Hi, my name is Andrew Chet Alldredge, but you can call me Andy. I want to express how much this work (the Marvelous Work and A Wonder, and the Humanity Party) means to me, and how grateful I am that it’s available to the world. It has all the answers we so desperately need – how to end all the wars and conflicts, how to solve poverty and inequality, and how to create a society of peace and happiness, for all people equally. That is an astonishing claim, yet it is completely true. I challenge anyone to study this out for themselves and see if you can prove it wrong. I have tried, and I cannot. This work has changed my heart and mind in so many ways that I am unable to express.
David L Aschenbrenner

David L Aschenbrenner

The last few days memories of my childhood and later events have preoccupied my mind. Reading the life stories of others revealed the inherent commonality of my life experiences with others. My perspectives originate from my own brain. It is impossible to prove this when another's perception is different. Would not the proof be in the difference? Would the impossibility of knowing another's thoughts that cause different emotions be evidence to each ones individuality. Would this individuality prove our commonality? Are we only common or equal from birth with innocence seeking the difference...believing how different we are. What kind of judgement or justification do we use in establishing our difference?
Gilbert Bertrand

Gilbert Bertrand

(English translation follows.) Bonjour à tous. Parce que je suis quelque peu un astronome amateur et que je m'intéresse depuis longtemps à l'étude des étoiles et des planètes, j'aimerais, si vous me le permettez, partager avec vous une partie de mon histoire qui se concentre autour de l'éclipse totale du soleil qui s'est produite le 21 Août 2017. Cette partie de mon histoire commence dans les années 1990 à une époque où j'étais toujours un membre en règle avec l'église SDJ dans ma ville natale française à Gatineau, dans la province de Québec, Canada. J'étais un véritable mormon qui croyait sincèrement à la Seconde Venue et que Jésus viendrait un jour dans sa gloire pour régner pendant mille ans avec tous ceux qui méritaient d'être avec lui. Je m'étais souvent demandé quand serait la date de son retour et j'avais toujours souhaité être toujours en vie et être témoin de ce grand événement. Je croyais que Dieu avait créé ces objets dans le ciel pour indiquer les temps et les saisons ainsi que les événements importants. J'étais conscient que dans 30 ans environ, il y aurait une grande éclipse totale du soleil et que son chemin de totalité passerait directement par Independence Missouri, la région que les Mormons croient être Adam-ondi-Ahman, l’endroit où Adam et Ève ont vécu autrefois dans le jardin d'Éden. J'ai donc commencé à croire que le 21 Août 2017 pourrait être la date du retour de Jésus. Même après avoir quitté l'Église SDJ vers 1999, je croyais toujours que ce serait la date et j'attendais toujours cette grande éclipse totale.
Jason Brockman

Jason Brockman

The written word is unable to articulate or express the thoughts that have crossed my mind when trying to describe the benefits that the Marvelous Work and a Wonder® has brought in my walk through this mortality as an advanced being playing the game of mortal life. I am grateful for the chance opportunity that I found myself in San Diego California the spring, late summer of 2006. While there I had a discussion over religion with an individual involved in the Marvelous Work and A Wonder, it opened up my eyes to the mistruths taught by man (religion) enough to see beyond the veil of faith that I belonged to at that time.
John Adams

John Adams

Well on January 12th 1955 in Fillmore Utah John k Adams was born to Kenneth Benjamin Adams and Lorraine Peterson Adams. I was the oldest of eight children and to an LDS couple and family. Born into the LDS Church and by the time I was eight I was pretty sure after reading the book of Mormon that the LDS church was in condemnation and wasn't true and I didn't want to be baptized at eight so I got a pretty good licking to be baptized with the kids in February coming up.
Michael Wayne Allen

Michael Wayne Allen

I am just a human living on this planet we call Earth. I am someone who has always looked for answers to questions, question that most all humans have had but not answered. I am a typical person who was a typical member of the LDS (Mormon) religion. I attended Sunday school, passed the sacrament, used the power of the priesthood, went on a mission, attended the temple, married in the temple etc. Did all the things that were expected of me as a priesthood-holder, and yet I still had questions that had not been answered.
Jean Baginski

Jean Baginski

Raised as Lutheran, though influenced by Catholicism on my dad's side, I was instilled from as far back as I can remember with the tradition of Christianity. As a child I remember my maternal grandmother teaching me to place my hands on the radio along with her while we listened to Billy Graham pray. I started questioning what Lutheran's believed when I turned 13 and began a class to prepare me for my first communion. What I had studied on my own out of the Bible surprisingly did not agree with what my Pastor was teaching....especially on two major points: Original Sin and the Holy Trinity. This discovery started a several year search for a church that taught what I believed the Bible taught about those subjects. In 1974 I investigated the LDS Church, and read the Book of Mormon from cover to cover. According to my understanding concerning prayer at that time, I fasted and prayed about the truthfulness of the BoM. I received a powerful response which convinced me that this book was true. It wasn't until decades later that I realized my True Self was telling me that the BoM was an approved guide for me to use on my journey to discovering the Real Truth. IOW, the BoM was not the Real Truth---but the book served the purpose my True Self wanted for me.
Ben Booth

Ben Booth

I was born on August 23 1973 in Jacksonville, North Carolina into a Mormon LDS family. I am the middle child of 7 siblings. My dad was born in North Carolina and my mom was born in St.George Utah. My parents have always been kind and mild. Us kids on the other hand have always been a bunch of hellions.
Michael Budge

Michael Budge

This is my story of how I found the Marvelous Work and a Wonder and how it has changed my life. Since my sexuality played such a big part in leading me to find the Real Truth, I am going to be open and transparent about it as I tell my story. Very few others know the full story besides my husband Rob, who played such a big part in it.
Olumide Agbi

Olumide Agbi

My name is Olumide Agbi (just call me Olu). I was born in Nigeria but now l live in the U.K. I was born deaf by birth and a sign language user. Let me say a little about myself, I have come across about the sealed portion (the final testament of Jesus Christ) from a person whose participate Hebrew Israelite movement. I read them over a year but I understood a little bit of it.
Kimberly Anderson

Kimberly Anderson

Hey y'all!! I knew sooner or later I'd get around to posting about myself ... (and now i feel guilty for not sharing sooner) So here it goes ... I was born in Seoul, S. Korea. I was almost 5 months old when i was adopted and raised in Central Utah. Growing up 2 questions were frequently asked ... 1-Are you Chinese or Japanese? I would answer Neither ( too bad i didn't have the insight to respond I'm HUMAN lol) and then 2- When did you find out you were adopted? 😆 I was adopted by a "white" family. It was obvious... I've always known. I guess when i was little i told my Dad i wanted to be a "belly" (ballet) dancer ... So dance lessons after school filled my days until I broke my leg at 16.
Leslie Barrett

Leslie Barrett

My name is Leslie Barrett. This is my story.... I am so grateful to have found this Marvelous Work and a Wonder, Humanity Party, and Christopher our Messenger. I have found that everything I’ve ever wanted to know about human reality and religion is explained through the Marvelous Work and a Wonder and every solution to humanity’s problems is presented through the Humanity Party.
Jessica Bradford

Jessica Bradford

I come from an active LDS family. I have 2 older brothers and a little brother and sister. I don’t view my childhood as a happy one or extremely negative. Some of my favorite memories are being with my younger siblings. I was a fairly petite kid, and I would pack my little brother around on my hip everywhere. He was 5ish years younger than me, but he was about the same size I was. It's really not far off to how my daughter and son are.
Robert Budge

Robert Budge

You may have noticed that I do not post much. I am probably the dumbest person in this group. I acknowledge and accept that. I have never been a member of the LDS church and sometimes I struggle a bit. My young life was fairly unremarkable. My parents Walter J and Dorothy E tried to get married in 1952. But, my father was Presbyterian and my mom was Roman Catholic. Neither church would marry my parents. They were finally able to marry in the Episcopal church. I was baptized Episcopalian.
Jose Luis Aguilar Cruz

Jose Luis Aguilar Cruz

(English translation follows.) “La mayor parte de los seres humanos no piensan con la finalidad de conocer la verdad, sino para persuadirse de que viven en la verdad” Leon Tolstoi. Mi nombre es José Luis Aguilar Cruz (soy de Mexico) Nací dentro de una familia mormona la cual amo
Tyler James Anderson

Tyler James Anderson

I was born on Easter Sunday 1977 in Mt. Pleasant Utah, and raised in Moroni (Moronee) Utah on a turkey farm. My family is what you'd call Jack Mormon. We only went to church if the farm didn't need immediate attention. I'd say my childhood was nothing but work before play, but I did get a good amount of play in.
Rosemary Barton

Rosemary Barton

I was born in 1948 under the covenant of Temple Marriage from my parents in 1937. I have three siblings older than me, one younger. We were raised going to church and were very actively involved. I had one hundred percent attendance in all meetings until I turned 15. I started dating my husband as a junior in high school. He was baptized in the LDS church, but was totally inactive with no belief in God, and believed Jesus was a wonderful teacher, but not the son of God. We dated 6 years and married in 1970.
Kyle Bradford

Kyle Bradford

I was born in Provo, UT, the youngest of four boys. I was raised in the LDS church and baptized when I was 8 years old by my eldest brother. Up until I was about 14 I never had any doubts about the church. I didn’t have any reason to. That all changed when I became the Teachers Quorum president. I was told to pick two counselors, and after thinking and praying about it, I came up with two of my friends. However, one of them did not go to church and hadn’t been to church for years.
Alberto C Bulseco

Alberto C Bulseco

My name is Alberto Bulseco, married and residing in the Philippines. I am in my late sixties. I was a former member and long time leader of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I am now a believer of the Sealed Portion, The Final Testament of Jesus Christ. I am one of those who have suffered rejection because of believing in the Sealed Portion. I believe this book because it was foretold in the Bible and in the Book of Mormon to come forth. I also believe that Christopher Marc Nemelka is a True Messenger because he wrote the books of the Real Illuminati. I also believe that the Real Illuminati are the immortal beings referred to in the Book of Mormon as the Three Nephites and John the Beloved.