Faith Hill, who was killed on September 13, 2017 in Utah, has been credited with saving many lives.
The Hill Cry was created by her husband, Aaron, to provide a way for families to pray for a loved one during a time of need.
On Friday, Faith Hill cried for her husband at the funeral of her son, Noah, and for his wife, Bethany, at a service at the LDS church.
She also thanked her daughter, Kaitlyn, and her husband Mark for their support and prayers.
The Hill Cry is the largest act of faith in the world.
Faith Hill was the first woman ordained a counselor in the church.
She was also the first African American woman to hold a high-ranking position in the LDS Church.
In a statement, Aaron Hill said, “Faith Hill was always there for us, and we never would have found her without her.
Her love for God, her compassion for others, and our love for her children and our family have been our guiding lights.
We are heartbroken and heartbroken at the loss of Faith Hill.
Faith is a miracle of the divine.
She is a shining example of what faith can accomplish.”
In a recent interview, Aaron said, “”Faith Hill is a hero and we are grateful that she has stepped in and helped others through the darkest of times.
“He continued, “We are also deeply saddened that Faith’s life was taken.
She will be missed by everyone in the Church and the wider world.
“Aaron and Faith Hill are survived by their three children, Noah and Kaitlynn.