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Hi I'm LeeAnn

I'm a Mormon. Or also known as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

About Me

My favorite things to do are to be with my nieces and nephews, my sisters, and to have family get togethers. I love to have a party where I am in charge to show people that Mormon's can have fun without the liquor. I love to do counted cross stitching, reading, and some scrapbooking. (I am not very good at it.) I've also started collecting items to make my own cards because the prices are outrageous! I love, love, love lighthouses. I have a picture of a lighthouse in almost every room of my house.

Why I am a Mormon

I was asked this question when I was a missionary. To me it makes sense. I see the world in black and white, as right and wrong. So the church fits my personality. I see out of wedlock pregnancy happening, drugs, violence, and a general discontent and I believe that if people would unwaveringly hold to what they believe or search for answers they would find a moral compass. That is why I'm a Mormon. It is my moral compass.

How I live my faith

I currently teach in the women's organization, Relief Society, once a month. I love it. I love to teach about my religion, not because of what I know but because of what I learn. I am also a member of the Family History Committee and have loved learning about my own history. I also working in the temple once a week. It is the highlight of my week. Even though I put in 5 hours at work then go to the temple to work another 6 hours. It is a long day, but I love it.

What are some things that tell to you there is a God?

"Everything denotes there is a God." I believe that and know it to be true. I was asked that question when I was a missionary, it came to me that I needed to turn the question around and ask, "How do you know there is wind?" After watching the person squirm for a minute, I said, "That's how I know there is a God. I can see his hand in everything. I don't have to see him to know that He is real. I just have to look for the evidences that He is all around.: Show more Show less

What is a “testimony” that Mormons speak of?

A testimony is a belief in what we know to be true and right. Show more Show less