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Hi I'm Natasha

I grew up in New Brunswick, I'm a pilot and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

 I'm a recent convert to the church, and I'm loving every minute of it. I grew up in New Brunswick, Canada, and am a proud Canadian eh! I'm a fairly simple person, I like adventure, cooking, country music, flying, travelling and hate to admit it but talking! I am a pilot, and studied in the field of business. I live away from home with a roommate who is also my best friend. I'm the only one in my family who is a member, and when I first joined was not well received by my own family. Various comments were made among my family and friends about my new life, and some connections were unfortunately lost. Although at this point it seems I will continue to be the only one in my family who is a member, I hope someday they can see this is the way and hope to some day be sealed together in a temple

Why I am a Mormon

 It makes me happy. I know that families are eternal and can live together forever and cannot wait to start my own someday. I carry my testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel with me wherever I go. The power of the holy ghost testified to me that this is the true church while I was an investigator short time ago, and I know that through the restoration and the prophet Joseph Smith His kingdom is once again restored upon the earth. Besides there is no good reason to not be a Mormon right?!

How I live my faith

 By “never letting my prayin knees get lazy and loving like crazy” I know God loves and cares about me, and show him frequently my appreciation by following His commandments. I attend church meetings regularly, pray often, and read his words. Serving others in need and baring my testimony of the gospel. I've been called as a Ward Missionary and frequently find myself reaching out to investigators and offer my fellowship. I live my faith by choosing the right. Weeding out the things that are not in my best interest, and replacing them with things that are better for me, and those around me. Always keeping in mind, Is this what Jesus would do?