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Hi I'm Aneudi

Hello I currently live New Jersey, but I am originally from Dominican Republic and I'm blessed by being a Mormon.

About Me

Hello! My name is Aneudi, but at my job people call me AUDY which is a short version for my first name. The other name that I'm also known by family and friend is CHARLIE. However, I accept either one of those names, I'm alright with it. I am a convert into the religion. I've been a member of the church for twelve-years. I met the missionaries by my uncle's girlfriend sister while I was a foster child living with my uncle. Well!, I was quite skeptical about the religion at first because being born into the Catholic church it was something completely different for me. So, I started to recieve the descussions little by little and so forth untill I got batized. I consider myself a people's person because I can get along with almost everyone that I meet. I enjoy helping others to certain extend and I believe in sacrifice and taking worthy risks. I'm not afraid to try new activities because being interctive is one of the ways we can open our mind to things we lack. I enjoy writing(general topics), reading, cooking, exercising, and I enjoy technology.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have an infallible faith in Jesus christ, the scriptures, and in the way that "The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day Saint" was restored.

How I live my faith

I live my faith with perseverance, patiente, hope, and devotion. And because I wake up everyday with a flexible mind and thanking the Savior for all that he has done for each one of us, and I try to spread the same positivity unto others.

Why don’t Mormons drink coffee, tea, or alcohol? What is the Mormon Church’s law of health and proper diet?

Mormons, do not drink coffee, tea, or alcohol because we believe that these substances keep our body from being cleanse and pure like a temple. And this is called, "The word of Wisdom". Show more Show less

Why do Mormons perform baptisms for the dead?

Mormons perform batism for the dead because we believe that those that are dead and didn't have the chance to baptize during their life time they will be able to be redeemed unto heaven. Show more Show less