Online Mind Mapping and Brainstorming

Create your own awesome maps

Online Mind Mapping and Brainstorming

Even on the go

with our free apps for iPhone, iPad and Android

Get Started

Already have an account? Log In

Personal Testimonies Dying and Coming Back And What They Saw & Heard by Mind Map: Personal Testimonies Dying and Coming Back And What They Saw & Heard
0.0 stars - reviews range from 0 to 5

Personal Testimonies Dying and Coming Back And What They Saw & Heard

Jesse Duplantis




What are some vivid descriptions of Heaven?

What will we eat?

How to gain Heavenly Treasures

What will we do in Heaven?

Can we explore the entire universe or are we just in one city?

What is the City Like?

What rooms are in Heaven?

How do I know I'm going there?

EarthQuake Kelly




Meeting His Deceased Son



Mickey Robinson


Post Crash / Spiritual Realm

Howard Storm

Pre Escorting

Forcefully Escorted

Lovingly Brought to Heaven

Angels Came



Percy Collett

12 Hours of Audio boiled down to 3 Hours of HEAVEN! Check out the VIDEO by clicking HERE

Bill Wiese

23 Minutes in Hell

Colten Burpo


Jesus and John the Baptist

Todd Burpo began telling of his son’s heaven-sent visions from the pulpit of the Cross roads Wesleyan Church in Imperial, Neb., where he serves as pastor. Word of mouth spread, and the family landed a book deal. The book — “Heaven Is for Real,” written by Todd with co-writer Lynn Vincent — has become a best-seller, with some 1.5 million copies in print since its release in November.

Shocking revelation

Colton also spoke of meeting a long-departed relative in heaven, telling NBC News: “I was just sitting by the Holy Spirit and then this guy comes up to me and says, ‘Are you Todd’s son?’ I say yes, and he says, ‘Well, I’m his grandfather.’ ” Colton said that everyone in heaven has wings. On Monday, he described his great-grandfather “Pops” as being “very big, huge wings, curly hair, a big smile, and he was very nice.” But the real shocker came when Colton told his mother, “Mommy, I have two sisters.” Sonja told her son that he had to be referring to his oldest sister, Cassie, and his cousin Traci, but he responded: “No — I have two sisters. You had a baby die in your tummy, didn’t you?” Sonja told Lauer the family had never uttered a word about the miscarriage to Colton — and what’s more, they never even learned the sex of their miscarried child. “It was a private hurt that we didn’t even share with our friends,” Sonja said, adding Colton’s revelation was at first “shocking, but then a relief that she’s OK, which we didn’t know she was a she.” In a subsequent TODAY segment Monday, Sonja filled in Colton’s description of his meeting with his sister: “He told us what she looked like, and she wouldn’t stop hugging him. And she doesn’t have a name.” “When he told us about his sister in heaven, that we hadn’t told him about, [it was] another one of those ‘holy cow’ moments — OK, he can’t make this stuff up, he can’t invent this; no memory was planted,” Todd told Lauer. “But the peace that came over us, and the healing, like, ‘Wow, I have a daughter in heaven waiting for me’ — I think a lot of people need that type of hope and healing, too. And I think that’s what a lot of people are finding when they hear Colton’s testimony, to know what they have to look forward to.” When Lauer asked Colton what heaven looked like, the 11-year-old replied, “Well, there’s a lot of color. There are a lot of people and a lot of angels.”