Hi I'm Kendra
I'm a wife and mother. I'm a Mormon.
I love learning, particuarly about history. I love to travel. I am an avid journalist, documenting all of my life's greatest moments through film, photography and writing. I am a wife to a wonderful gent. My husband is my true companion, and we are loving this married life adventure. I am a soon-to-be mother, and I am very optomistic about the future.
I have always been a very independent person. I like to find things out for myself. Although I was born a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, I am not a Mormon by way of family tradition. I am a Mormon because of the peace I personally find in the teachings of Christ. Through the LDS faith, I have come to a knowledge of where I was before I came to this earth, the purpose of this mortal existence, and I know what happens in life after death. This certainty affects every decision I make and gives me confidence and peace. I am a Mormon because I believe that Heavenly Father's plan for all of his children is the opportunity for families to be together forever. I am a Mormon because I believe in revelation today, and that I can communicate with God on a personal level. The teachings of Christ help me to understand the need for modern day prophets. I am a Mormon because of the love I feel when I obey God's commandments.
My favorite part of each week is attending church on Sunday. There is such a peace and warmth that comes to my spirit when I attend church services. Each Sunday, church members partake of the Sacrament, which allows us to be cleansed of our sins and renew our commitment to Jesus Christ. In return, Christ promises to bless us with his spirit to always be with us. I find such beauty and strength in partaking of the Sacrament, made possible by Christ's atoning sacrifice on the cross. Although the Sabbath is the most important day of the week, I hardly limit myself to living my faith just for that one day. Throughout the week, I visit other members of the church, participate in other various church meetings, read from the Bible and the Book of Mormon, have nights set apart just to be with my family, and try to share the message of peace and happiness with others around me. I try to go through life with a cheerful countenance and with trust in God.