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Hi I'm Lisa

I'm a cadet, I love my country, I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a senior at a military college, I am majoring in Computer Security, and will be commissioning in the Air Force as an officer after I graduate. Being Mormon doesn't limit me or my possibilities, it expands them.

Why I am a Mormon

I've had plenty of opportunities to turn my back on the Savior and the Church. But sometimes there are things that you just know are true, and nothing in the world can shake that. I'm a Mormon because I have found for myself that these things are true, and when I say "these things" I mean things like: The Book of Mormon, Priesthood Authority, our living prophet: Thomas S. Monson, and most importantly, my Savior.

How I live my faith

There are not many members at my school, and sometimes it's hard to participate in all of the activities that happen. I live my faith by attending church meetings each Sunday and doing my best to be a good example to my peers. I have a calling in the church - a calling is an responsibility given to you to serve somehow in the ward that you are in. I teach a class of children about the Savior and about gospel principles.

What is a “testimony” that Mormons speak of?

Testimonies are born or given sometimes in a court of law, and in other places, to witness of truth. That is exactly what we are doing when we give a "Testimony" in the church. We testify of the truthfulness of different points of church doctrine. For example, my testimony is simple and to the point: I know that God lives, and that Jesus Christ is my savior, I know that he loves me, and that He loves you, more than we can comprehend. Show more Show less