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Hi I'm Wendi

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother of four beautiful children, who recently remarried a very kind man. I am a registered nurse and I used to play volleyball. :) I enjoy cooking, reading and a GOOD movie!

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the LDS church, but around the age of 19 wanted to know what else was "out there". After some experimenting with things of this world, I realized why I am a mormon. I love the gospel of Jesus Christ. I love my family. I love the peace that comes from living a meaningful life. A life filled with love, giving, and morals. It suits me because my life is filled with purpose. I have a deep sense of satisfaction inside that comes from a commitment to spiritual living. Nothing the world has to offer can even come close to giving me that feeling. Not wealth. Not popularity. Not living on the edge.

How I live my faith

I live my faith in everything I do. I see others without prejudice. I am kind to everyone. I am an example to my children of what I expect from them. I am not perfect, or even close. But I keep the commandments God has given us. I am honest and fair with others. I teach Sunday School at church and enjoy studying the lessons because it helps me to learn things in a deeper way. I am not ashamed of who I am or what I do and I strive to live without regrets.

Do Mormons worship Joseph Smith?

I love the Prophet Joseph Smith because of his courage, his integrity and his unwavering commitment to doing what he knew to be right. I do not worship him because he is not God. I worship God, our Father in Heaven, and His son, Jesus Christ - our Savior and Redeemer. I reverence them and their names. I admire and respect Joseph Smith, but he was a man. A human, just like me. He made mistakes. He got frustrated at times. He fell in love. He did amazing things to help further the work of our Father in Heaven, but that does not make him equal to our Father in Heaven. It makes him one of God's children. Show more Show less