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Hi I'm Kaydrielle

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Kaydrielle. I am married to a wonderful man, and we are currently foster parents. It's challenging, but very rewarding! I love to read and play games. I work part time at The Children's Place and I studied Marriage, Family, and Human Development at BYU. I'm pretty reserved at first - especially in large groups - but once you get to know me, I'm pretty crazy! The most important things in my life are my relationships with my Father in Heaven and my Savior, and my husband. I don't know what I'd do without them!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon for many reasons. I was raised in this church, but I don't continue to attend out of obligation or a sense of tradition. I am a Mormon because I have studied and really thought about the things the church teaches. I have read The Book of Mormon and I prayed to know if these things are true. God answered my prayers with a powerful feeling that yes, the doctrines and principles taught in the church are true, and yes, the Book of Mormon is a true book of scripture. I know that Joseph Smith was a prophet of God because I studied his story and I prayed to know if it was true. I am a Mormon because I feel with every fiber of my being that this church has all the truth and authority from God. I love my membership in this church and the peace and happiness I have found in my life as a result.

How I live my faith

I attend church services every Sunday that I possibly can. It's important to me to attend because I am so uplifted and edified when I participate. Like most people in the church, I have an assignment, or "calling". Until very recently, I was a leader in the young women's program. I would teach a lesson on Sundays and help organize and carry out mid week activities. I am now assigned to plan and organize activities for the women. I also visit and help some women from my ward (a ward is a geographical area that is assigned to meet together) on a regular basis. I feel that the biggest way I live my faith is in the small, everyday things. I try my best to do what I feel is right, and to help those around me.