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Hi I'm Pam Kebker

I volunteer at a Catholic school, and yes, I'm a Mormon.

About Me

 I am a childhood cancer survivor. Because of that experience I became a Registered Nurse. I have been married for 32 years and have 8 children. Once my first child was born I left my career in nursing to raise my family. I have homeschooled my children off and on for over 20 years. My youngest children currently attend a Catholic school. I love to cook, bake, read, and go camping. We love to travel and anytime we are together as a family, it's a party! I joined the Church in 1990. Next to marrying my husband, it was the best decision I ever made. 

Why I am a Mormon

 As a young adult, my parents divorced. As my husband and I were raising our own family, we were searching for those truths which are eternal so that we could teach them to our growing family. I wanted them to have a happy and stable childhood and to become successful adults. Somehow deep inside, I knew that successful families usually attend church.....and so my quest began.

How I live my faith

For the last 5 years, I have been responsible for the children's program in our ward which is called "Primary". I love the children of the church. They are our future. I take very seriously my responsibility to teach correct principles and guide children to choose the right. Children face so many challenges in the world today. I want them to know that each one of them is a special child of a loving Heavenly Father and to understand their eternal worth as children of God.  

Does The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints endorse political parties?

Pam Kebker
 The Church does not take a position on political candidates or parties. The 11th Article of Faith states that as members of the Church, we are to follow the dictates of our own conscience and allow all others to do the same. In the United States you will find Mormons of all political persuations. However as members of the Church, we are encouraged to exercise our rights and responsibilites as citizens by voting, engaging in the political process, and assisting in worthy causes. Show more Show less