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Hi I'm Devona

I am a Cancer-surviving Mormon Teacher!

About Me

I currently living in Phnom Penh, Cambodia as a curriculum administrator. I have my own tutoring business and have beaten Endometrial Cancer'! I love to travel the world, photography, graphic design, educating students and learning. I have been working with people who do not speak English for almost four years. I was also raised around the Special Needs culture since I was in Kindergarten. I am the oldest of three in my family and we have endured many things growing up in Northern Minnesota. I love basketball and enjoy swimming in my free time. I also love watching my nephews grow up. I have two cute nephews named Alexander and Gabriel living in Denver.

Why I am a Mormon

This church has changed my life. I have found the fullness of the Gospel through my friends who have introduced me to it. I kenw that there was something missing before I joined this church. It has given my life full purpose. This church has changed my life and has strengthend my testimony about Jesus Christ and his purpose for coming to this earth.

How I live my faith

I am very active in my ward. I live by serving others. I try to live by example to the best of my ability. I help others with technology needs mainly and also do the best that I can to obey authority.

How do I become a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church)?

Talk to the missionaries or a good friend that is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. First talk to your friends and ask them sincere questions about the church, they will answer them but if they don't know they will ask someone who does. Show more Show less

What are Mormon church services like? Are visitors allowed at church meetings? Can I attend church?

 There are three meetings. the first one is Sacrament meeting and that is a little bit over an hour and the most important part is to partake of the Sacrament to remember Christ's death. There are also some speakers called from the congregation to address various topics. The second meeting is Sunday School and more bits of the Gospel is learned. The third hour the men and women are divided up to attend their various meetings and receive instruction from their leaders. Visitors are always welcome in our services. Everyone is welcome. Show more Show less