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Hi I'm Cindy Gohier

I'm a Mormon. I converted to the LDS faith when I was 34 years old. I am am so thankful for the life I have now.

About Me

I have served in the Air Force for 20 years. I am married, have a little girl and "a lot" of step children/grandchildren. Jesus Christ has been my anchor through many challenging and life altering events. Through the LDS church organization has helped me maintain steadfast faith through life’s challenges. It's the simple beauty of the Gospel that helps sustain us when we are open to it. Through numerous church auxiliaries, I have grown tremendously as a person; learning skills such as emergency preparation, home canning, gardening, finance, service and much much more. Moreover, the church has reaffirmed my place in society as a women and a mother. I am stronger now than I have ever been as a person and a Christian.

Why I am a Mormon

The LDS church is the closest I can be to my Heavenly Father. It was built with hands of his only son Jesus and is the only true church today.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by giving service the Heavenly Father, Jesus and all of my earthly borthers/sisters. I have served in both woman's and children's auxilliaries.

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

Cindy Gohier
Most Mormon woman are focused on their families over outside interests. Howe ever, there is no one size fits all model. Above all, we are faithful, capable and devoted in our callings as wives, mothers and sisters in Christ. We strive to nurture and strengthen our families in any manner necessary. Show more Show less