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Hi I'm Corinne

I am 43 years old. I live in France, I have three children. I studied law at university and work in a law office.

About Me

I have the great blessing to be the mother of three nice and loving boys who bring me so much joy. I work in a law office as assistant. I really love my job but my first concern is to spend as much time as possible with my children (go to church together, prepar family home evening together, go cinema, visit museums, have some walks in the nature ...especially in mountains). I have also a passion for astronomy, astrophysics and high energy physics allthough I am not a specialist. I love studying those three sciences because I feel closer to God. I realize how small we are and how great He is. All His creations are so amazing and beautiful.

Why I am a Mormon

Before knowing the church, i was atheist. I thought there was nothing after death and that life was just a succession of joy and sorrows. Nothing else. One day, I met the missionaries. I was 17. At the same time, I met ...philosophy. My teacher was a very good teacher ... and also very atheist. He succeeded to convince everyone in my class that God did not exist. I did not believe in the preaching of the elders. But one day, a young women of my age who was member of the church told me this simple sentence : "If you do not open your heart, you will never know if what the missionaries teach is true or not". I pondered it in my heart and decided to simply "listen" even if I did not believe what they said. As we went along, an idea came in my head, more and more often : "I must be baptised". During the discussions with the missionaries, we did not speak about baptism. They knew that I had difficulties with the simple idea that God could exist. They just taught me the gospel principles. They taught me the word of wisdom, the law of chastety, the tithing. I listened very politely but still did not believe in God. I believed in Nietzsche, Marx, Freud and Engels. But the "still, small voice" was really there and the strange, crazy (for the atheist Corinne) idea came again and again in my head "I must be baptised". I laughed each time I thought about this "stupid" thing because I did not believe in God at all. I just listened two young elders who placed their hopes on a God who was a mirage. But one day, this idea was so strong that I decided to tell them. "I want to be baptised". The missionaries were surprised. They knew I had problems with the faith in God. But they accepted. I would be baptised two weeks after. At the end of the discussion, after the prayer,suddenly, something happened. I felt the Lord. He touched my heart so strongly that I was shaken. Suddenly I knew there was a God and that he loved me. I was baptised two weeks later but with a real, burning testimony

How I live my faith

I am in charge of the music during the women'smeetings on sunday. I love singing so we organise a small chor to sing during the sacrament meetings. I am also sunday school teacher for youths. And this calling brings me so much joy. Youths are goog examples of faith and their testimony strengthens mine.