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Hi I'm Aline

I'm from Brazil.I'm a good dancer,I love learning new things and I'm a Mormon"

About Me

I'm 25 and it's been 7 years that I jointed the church. There are only two church members in my family: me and my mom. I'm living in the US and it has been one of the greatest experiences of my life. I love hanging out with friends,dancing, cooking,reading and traveling. I'm an easy going person and I really like to see people happy

Why I am a Mormon

I was Catholic and I had three opportunities to hear the messages. After saying"no" three times I started to be curious and when I saw the missionaries giving an invitation to watch a musical about "The Plan of Salvation"I went with a friend. I had a good feeling but I didn't know what it was. the missionaries invited me to go back next sunday and I had that wonderful feeling of joy and peace again. The members were receptive and after a few weeks me , my mom and a friend started to receive the missionary lessons.In the begining I was curious, then the missionaries invited me to read and pray about the Book of Mormon.When I prayed I felt the Holy Ghost and an undescridible feeling filled my heart with joy. From that moment I could find out by myself that this book and the Bible are the Words of God.It was the first time I prayed and I could also know that God loves me and He knows me by name .I decided to follow Christ's example and be baptized. 

How I live my faith

My life changed completely because of the Gospel I could be a better person. The gospel helped me to see my potential,gives me strenghth to overcome challanges and bring happiness to my life. I work, study, have fun with friends and I love serving others.After I was baptized I wanted to share this message with everyone. I served a full time mission and I'm curently helping my friends to prepare to serve a mission.