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Hi I'm Neri

I'm from the Philippines. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a return missionary. Just got home last June 2nd...I love singing and reading cool stuffs...Love environment and likes traveling...

Why I am a Mormon

I've been looking for something that can change my life for the better. It happened when I had the chance to have a vacation in one of my relatives in the place where I grew up. My aunt invited me to one of their activities and that's where I started to ask questions. It is one of the questions of my soul. After that occassion, I listened to the missionary lessons and I feel good about everything they are teaching me. I did the challenge they ask to pray about their message and I've recieved a special feeling - a feeling of peace and confirmation - that it is true. I am very grateful i have come to know the truth. I know I have found true happiness in my life by living the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

I love going to Church every Sunday...I love teaching the youth and the children...

Who is the Mormon prophet today?

Neri
His name is Thomas S. Monson. He lives in the United States but it doesn't mean that he only presides in USA. He is literally the living Prophet on earth today. He is called by God. Show more Show less

What do Mormons believe happens to us after we die? What do Mormons believe about life after death?

Neri
If a person died, his body and his soul will be separated. The body goes to the cemetery and his spirit will go to the place called the Spirit World. This is a place where all the spirits who hae died before and in the present will dwell before the resurrection and final judgment. This place has two spheres. We call them the Paradise and the Spirit prison. In Paradise, only the righteous will stay but or the wicked they will stay in the Spirit prison. This place is commonly referred to as the "bus stop" or the waiting shed" because the spirits can't stay there forever. Show more Show less