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Hi I'm Asia

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Asia and I have a passion for life. I love singing, dancing and making movies. I'm really close with my family and eagerly await the opportunity to have a family of my own.

Why I am a Mormon

Having the gospel in my life means that I am loved and watched over by Heavenly Father. Being unmarried and on my own, I feel like all of my decisions are big ones. Without an understanding of God's plan for me, I would feel so lost and purposeless. I'm a Mormon because the message of Jesus Christ is that of hope. It is a message of redemption. And it is a message of love. Day to day, I strive to live in a way that will enable me to return to live with my Heavenly Father. On days that I falter (and there are MANY), I know that He has not given up on me. He loves me so much and has given me the tools I need to inherit the blessings of His kingdom.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by striving to be a good example to those around me, in and out of the church. If I can live in such a way that I am emulating the light of Christ, then I know that He will allow me to be a tool in His hands, bringing joy and happiness to others and myself.

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

Women have a divine role, as designed by Heavenly Father before we came to earth. We were given the sacred opportunity to be mothers and to work alongside the brethren of the church to serve, uplift, and strengthen others. Women are powerful and strong forces for good in the world. We must be careful, however. The world today often tries to demean the divine role of womanhood by over-sexualizing women or saying that they should be the same as men. Women and men are different for divine purposes. I don't want to be a man. I know that Heavenly Father sent me here to be who I am because I can contribute to this great work in a way that no one else can. I'm grateful to be a woman today. Show more Show less