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Hi I'm Kate

I love raspberry limeades. I make a mean tortilla. I love to laugh. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently a representative of Jesus Christ in the great part of the US known as South Texas. I love everything about the Hispanic culture and am currently working on perfecting the tortilla. It is much harder than you would think. I love talking to people and hearing their stories of how Christ has helped them in their own lives. Being able to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the thing that has brought me the most joy in my life, for a year and a half has changed my life. I can't even think of anywhere I'd rather be or anything I'd rather be doing. Yes we walk around in 100 degree weather and get turned down frequently, but I still love everything about it!

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in Utah. Anyone with a knowledge of Utah history knows that it is densely populated with Mormons, therefore being a Mormon was never hard. I was born into the church, and have been so grateful for that blessing. Although I was raised as a Mormon, I had to find out for myself if the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was really what it claimed to be: the restored church of Jesus Christ. I am a Mormon because I got my answer. The Church of Jesus Church of Latter-day is Christ's Church once again restored to the earth. The best thing about the answer I received is that anyone can receive the same answer if they are willing to ask God. Knowing what church is correct is a very important thing, and who better to ask than God?

How I live my faith

Being a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ would be impossible without faith. Faith is what gets us through every day. Every situation is determined by the faith we have. Faith to knock on one more door. Faith to talk to one more person. Faith to change one more life. If we start to lack faith, we start to lack the desire and the vision of all of God's children living with Him again one day in a never-ending state of happiness. How could I let my faith get in the way of someone else developing theirs?

How can I know Mormonism is true?

The most important thing in seeking if Mormonism is true is to pray. Prayer, along with personal inspiration, is the only way you can know personally if the Church is true. People can testify of its true, but individuals have to decide for themselves. Show more Show less

Who is the Mormon prophet today?

President Thomas S. Monson Show more Show less