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Our purpose here at Real Hero Studios is to inspire others come unto Christ. Over the years, we have very much enjoyed the stories that people have shared with us how Real Hero Artwork has helped them! We'd love to hear your experiences with too! Feel free to share your story in the comments below. Thanks so much for your support!

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  • I am a mom, and I am a gamer. I know, it’s kind of unusual, but there ya have it! I was having a really hard time after my first child was born creating a balance between gaming and dealing with a newborn. It was getting to the point where I would sometimes choose to level my character instead of playing with my baby. One day I was walking through an lds bookstore in the mall looking for some christmas presents when I saw a huge poster of Mary with those piercing blue eyes. She seemed to see straight into my soul, and right next to her was a picture of a ranger kneeling in prayer. I play an archer-class character and it was as if my character had come to life in Enos and been put in the act of prayer. Putting video game graphics and a religious figure that I really relate to together just blew me away, and the caption “Who is your hero” made me start bawling right there in the store. I knew that I was focusing on a hero that didn’t exist when I should be emulating REAL heroes and taking better care of my daughter. I still love to play video games, but I have a picture of Ruth hanging in my computer room to remind me that the kind of person I really want to be, and who the real heroes are.

    Desire G
  • I have been purchasing the Real Hero posters for my seminary classes since they came out. My students absolutely love them. Well- so do I- what I do twice a year in my class is auction the poster off with our seminary money that the students earn by reading memorizing and participation. Needless to say by the end of the year my walls are bare- their rooms at home are full!

    Nancy Leese
  • Several years ago when my sons were in high school, they told me about these posters that they saw when they were with shopping with my mother. They wanted to get them for their bedroom. I wasn’t too excited about them having posters in their bedroom and brushed them off.

    Not too long after, my mother showed up with a poster for each boy. They were thrilled. I wasn’t. I told them to keep the protective wrapping on them so that they didn’t get ruined before I could get frames for them. If they were going to hang a poster, at least I could try to make them look nice.

    I finally got around to purchasing frames and was I ever surprised when they pulled the plastic off of the posters and unrolled them. They were wonderful! I loved the artwork and the message!

    Fast forward several years. My oldest son just returned from his mission and my second son just left to serve his. As we were making preparations for the second son to leave, I said to the boys, “Now that you are older, you probably don’t want your ‘Hero’ posters. I was thinking about lining the family room with them.” That idea was shot down quickly! My second son made me promise to leave them hanging in his room while he was gone.

    Needless to say, the two posters multiplied to four and then six as they line the walls of the boys’ bed room. One day, I was laughing as the younger of my two sons was recounting the story of Abinadi. My daughter walked in and asked who he was talking about. My oldest piped up and said, “The ripped old guy in my bedroom.” I had to go look, but sure enough, Abinadi looks to be in pretty good shape in the poster!

    My boys chose, Army of Helaman, Abinadi, Samuel the Lamanite, David and Goliath, Captain Moroni, and Enos.

    My daughter has Esther hanging on her wall, my other daughter chose to have the Young Women Values Card Set. She uses them in her scriptures as book marks.

    Thank you so much for making such a worthy product. We love them! Can you imagine the positive effect if every young man (or woman) had this influence hanging on the walls of his bedroom? My sons searched the scriptures reading about the different Heroes depicted as they chose which ones they wanted in their bedroom. Amazing!

    Thank you, thank you!

    Julie
  • I saw your posters years ago at a county fair. I was so impressed by the art work and I just knew my son would love them too. There was just so many to choose from! I couldn’t decide. So I bought a couple to put up in his room.

    Later, when the medium sized sets became available I was so excited to be able to purchase all of the artwork for my son to have. Again I couldn’t decide which to choose from so I bought both the Book of Mormon and Bible sets. I decided I wanted them to be cherished and not destroyed so I took them to the store to have them all laminated. I had decided to give them for a gift to my son for Christmas that year.

    That year was 2012, when the first presidency came out with the change in the missionary age, to the age of 18. I soon realized that my son would be leaving in less then a year to serve a mission and he would love these cards. When I pulled them out to wrap them up for Christmas, I realized there were exactly 24 cards between the two sets, the exact number of months my son would be away serving the Lord, and a new thought came to my mind…. I decided to save the cards and would send him one each month while he was away.

    My son left for his mission in July 2013, to Birmingham, England. I started my “hero letters” with the first one secretly stashed in his backpack for the airport. I didn’t tell him beforehand what my intentions were but explained in the letter, that each month I would pick one of the “hero cards” and mail it to him, signaling another month he was out on his mission, and when the cards would be gone he would again return to me.

    It has been a great uplifting time. I have been pondering each month his emails and have tried to tie a specific “hero” to what challenge or trial he may be facing at the time. At first I thought he would think the idea was kind of “cheesy." But he has told me over and over how the cards have always seemed to come right at the right moment, with just what he needed to know.

    My son will complete his mission next month, and I will mail off the final “hero card” to him. I am glad that these cards have been a small reminder to him and also to me to find comfort in the gospel and the examples that have come before us. Thank you for making the beautiful images become more “real” to us! My son and I will always cherish the bond that has grown between us because of the “hero letters.”

    Laura H., Utah

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