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Hi I'm Kimberly

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a recent college graduate in English. I love to read and learn and enjoy doing my own adventuring from time to time. I enjoy dancing around the kitchen and have been trying my hand at cooking of late. I do yoga and recently took up running. I have a wonderful husband and we have been married for two years. I love the great outdoors, music, and my family dearly.

Why I am a Mormon

I decided to join the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because as I learned the doctrines and the teachings of Jesus Christ, I felt it must be true. I feel good, like I am doing the right thing, when I follow the Savior's commandments, and I have found so much joy in being a part of this church. I love it and I am so grateful to my Heavenly Father that my family and I have been able to partake in this Gospel.

How I live my faith

I pray and I read my scriptures daily. My husband and I also pray and read together and have felt the blessings of those efforts. I teach Sunday school for the 3 and 4 year olds, which improves my life for the better every time. Those kids don't quit! So much energy! So much enthusiasm! And you can see even now they love God and Jesus Christ. I try to be a good person, to live the commandments, and to enjoy and appreciate all that God has given me.

In whom should we have faith?

We should have faith in Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. When we have faith, we trust that Jesus Christ can save us and we do all in our power to come unto Him. All we can do is repent and follow His commandments. Faith leads to action we desire to follow the Savior's example and serve our fellow men. The opposite of faith is despair. Sometimes we may feel as though we are not worthy of the Savior's grace, but that is not true. He loves us and wants us to repent and to be as He is. Show more Show less