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Hi I'm Felicia

I love to laugh. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently a university student excited to graduate soon with a bachelor’s in linguistics and minor in theatre. I grew up with the performing arts and love good plays, movies, and music. I recently had my first taste of world travel and now have caught the travel bug. I love experiencing and learning about other cultures.

Why I am a Mormon

I don't know what my life would be like without the knowledge and comfort that I've received from being a member of this church. Since I was a little kid, I loved learning, and I’ve recently realized the wonders of all that there is to learn. It may seem daunting at times but it is truly a spectacular blessing—this life is not the end, but a preparation for more to come. And while we’re here, we aren’t left to blindly stumble. Our loving Heavenly Father is there with us every step of the way and will answer anything we ask. No matter what, it will always turn out if we simply remember to keep Him involved and then trust in Him. He sent his son to atone for me (and you) individually. Jesus Christ truly knows every joy and heartache and will be there with us every step of the way.

How I live my faith

My religion is part of everything I do. We are taught principles and then given the trust to make our own decisions. Everything we do revolves around the Savior Jesus Christ. I live my faith by trying to always remember this. I participate in daily personal prayer and study of the scriptures or words of living prophets. I attend my Sunday meetings and my husband and I teach a class of 10 five and six-year-olds about Jesus. In my professional life I work with children with special needs and hope that my work will make some difference in their lives and the lives of their families. We are taught in the Book of Mormon, “when ye are in the service of your fellow beings, ye are only in the service of your God.” I need the Lord’s help every day, and when I invite him to be a part of my life, I’m always happier. In my striving to be a disciple of Christ, I try to do as he would and lift those around me. In so doing, I feel myself and my relationship with my Savior strengthened.

What do Mormons believe about family?

Felicia
Family is absolutely essential in this life and will be there in the life to come as well. Through promises made with our Heavenly Father, we can be with our families forever. I love having this knowledge. No matter what happens, my family will be there for me. This knowledge helped me to know what to look for in a potential husband—not someone who is perfect, but who loves God more than anything and loves me enough to want to work through our imperfections together and be with me for eternity. And I found just that. It’s like a fairy tale only better because it’s true right down to the happily ever after. Show more Show less

How can I know Mormonism is true?

Felicia
Ask God. He hears every prayer and His spirit will speak truth to you. We are not here to force anyone to do anything. We simply want to share a message which has blessed our lives too much to keep to ourselves. It is a message of truth and hope and happiness that lasts forever. Show more Show less