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Hi I'm Kristie Inman

I teach yoga. I love to have fun. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

 I'm no more special than the next gal. I have the world's most amazing husband, 7 gorgeuos children, and a simple life. I grew up training horses, but life as an artist's wife has led me down roads unplanned and immensly enjoyed. I love life!

Why I am a Mormon

 I was lucky enough to be born into a family that was LDS. As all must do, I gained a testimony for myself after a trying divorce ripped my parents apart. I love the direction my husband and I have recieved with raising our children. To the best of our ability we have followed the direction concerning Family Home Evening, family scripture study, and family prayer. These wonderful practices have helped our family withstand so many of the 'outside' pressures and influences. We are far from perfect and make mistakes all the time, but I feel confident in the direction we are heading. Being a child of divorced parents seems to magnify my feelings about the blessings of family unity and the eternal nature of our relationship.

How I live my faith

I have a "calling" in the church as choir director. It's wonderful and I feel blessed that Heavenly Father has thought of me in this capacity right now. My faith is more than a calling or Sunday worship, it is a daily exercise beginning at 5:20 am with family scripture study and prayer, then some of my older children high til it to early morning seminary before school. All I do I try to do with my role as a disciple of Christ in mind. I'm very blessed to work around people who are from other faiths, but radiate a light and give me strength. Being 'wife' and 'mom' are my most important jobs and I love my family very much! I'm so glad we're a forever family!

Why are only some Mormons allowed into temples? Is there something secret going on in Mormon Temples? What goes on in Mormon Temples?

Kristie Inman
 In college I had a professor who had just been to Salt Lake City and gone through the visitor's center. Knowing I was LDS he asked if I had been there. I replyed that I had - and I had been through the Temple. He thought only those 'high up' men in the church were allowed in. I explained that anyone who was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for a year or more and in good standing could go through the temple. I do not have to qualify through rank in the church. If I am living in accordacne with the Gosple of Jesus Christ I go, and I go as often as I can. It was in the Temple that I was sealed to my husband for eternity, a blessing I can't imagine living without. Inside those hallowed walls I receive peace, instruction, inspiration, and I get to do the work for my ancestors as well. It is a sacred work. Show more Show less