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Hi I'm Robin Anderson

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've been a member of the church all my life. I'm married and have four children and lots of pets. I have been a cosmetologist, done secretarial work and taught kindergarten and first and second grade. I am now semi-retired and help my husband with our orthodontic lab business. I've had church callings that include primary teacher, music leader, relief society presidency, Sunday school teacher, secretary, cub scout den leader, Young Women's president and homemaking leader. I like to sew, paint, garden, cook, travel and do genealogy.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church and it seems like I've always had a testimony that it's true. I believe I'm a daughter of God and have an elder brother, Jesus Christ. He is my Savior and will some day return to this earth to rule and reign in peace and love. I believe in the Bible and the Book of Mormon. I believe Thomas Monson is a latter-day prophet, who guides and directs our church today. I believe that because God loved us so much, He established a plan of salvation, whereby we can return to live with Him when our mortal life is complete. I believe I is was able to come to this earth to learn and grow and progress. I hope someday to be more like Him. I believe that families are eternal. I believe God answers prayers and if we listen, we can be guided and helped by Him.

How I live my faith

I volunteer in my community and church. I help in the local schools and teach and plan events in the church's women's group, called Relief Society. I try to serve others by visiting the sick and taking meals to them, do shopping for them or take them to doctor appointments. I am happiest when I am serving other because it helps take my mind off my own problems and makes me feel good that I can do something for someone else that they aren't able to do for themselves.