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Hi I'm Tina

I got my Masters degree in Math. I have two different colored eyes. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I currently work as a customer service representative for a third party logistics company. I find this position interesting because I am learning the practical details of logistics, which was the focus of my Math masters degree. In my spare time I love to read fantasy and science fiction novels, ride bikes with my husband and plan and prepare yummy meals. I am currently studying to pass the actuary exam and growing a small garden. I love when my house is clean and am a perfectionist about my work.

Why I am a Mormon

I am LDS because keeping the commandments means making choices that lead to less sorrow and fewer negatives consequences. My first testimony of the gospel was in regards to the Word of Wisdom, which advises against drinking, smoking or mistreating your body. I saw that in High School I had far more freedom than those who were addicted to drugs or who were in a relationship that led to an early pregnancy. Following the Word of Wisdom helped me enjoy blessings without learning the hard way. I have gained similar testimonies about the other commandments and how they help me be happy.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by keeping the commandments to the best of my ability. I try to make my daily scripture study meaningful by recording the inspiration that comes to me. I set an example for my family and friends so that I am always preaching the gospel, even when I don't use words. I attend church faithfully on Sundays and participate in my ward choir. I also keep track of church attendance and take minutes for my church women's group as the local secretary.

Are Mormons Christians?

Tina
Yes. Mormons are Christians. We believe that Jesus Christ came to earth in the meridian of time to atone for our sins and be resurrected so that we all might overcome death someday. It is in the name of our church: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Show more Show less