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Hi I'm Kolibri aka Bird Singing

I was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico Boriken and grew up in Brooklyn, NY and I am a Mormon

About Me

 I am a Native American from the Caribbean, Carib & Taino. I Crow by adoption from the Plain Bull family in Montana. I love going to powwows and dance either Northern Traditional or Taino dancing. I learned about the Church via a Native American Man whom I met in the Native American chatroom in msn. He sent missionaries and they came to my job to teach me about the Book of Mormon and this beautiful gospel. The Holy Ghost showed me that this church is the true church and was baptized in 2001. I share the gospel with Natives by explaining that our Lord Jesus Christ came to the Natives and taught them the gospel. I am so grateful to my Heavenly Father and my testimony is that He used the internet to bring the truth to me. I love music and sing all types of songs. Love children and the primaries are my favorite people. I am a mom of twins adult daughters. I am retired from government work. I can say that walking the road of a Mormon is not easy but I am victorious everyday for Satan has no room in my life. All my Relations, Kolibri

Why I am a Mormon

 I am a Mormon because I am a Latter Day Saint. I was rescued by my Heavenly Father and I know this church is true. If you have doubts about this church, please pray and ask God and you will see that what Kolibri says is true. God Bless! 

How I live my faith

 My life is always a struggle but I do not struggle alone. I have a whole church all over the world and each individual testimony gives me the insentive to go on until I return to my Heavenly Father.

Why don’t women hold the priesthood in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints? How do Mormon women lead in the Church?

Kolibri aka Bird Singing
The women group is called the Relief Society. Relief because in the pioneer time these women were the strenght in a very practical way. They sewed coats from warm blankets for the men for the ones they had were worn out and torn. They helped to preserve the priesthood in this way. Today women serve the church and also teach the gospel. They are not second to men but they are who our Heavenly Father wants them to be. In the Bible and the book of Mormon there were no women priests, however, women today and in the past pray and serve just as much as missionaries and priests. I for one is the only Mormon in my family and I do not have a priest in my home. I believe that when I pray for one of my family members when they are sick I am building my calling to serve. Show more Show less