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Hi I'm Kelda

I'm a wedding cake artist. I am me, no apology or excuses. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My life goal is to start a bakery. I love to bake and I love the smiles that come from tasty food. I didn't always know that's what I wanted to do. I changed my major in college a few times and eventually I decided that school wasn't getting me where I wanted to go. So, now I'm working at a grocery store as a cake decorator until I have enough money to start my dream. I also make wedding cakes on the side. I read all the time. My favorite are classics, historical fiction and fantasy. I love music. I play banjo, piano and sing. I love learning about other instruments and the basics of how to play them. I'm just a typical young adult, trying to figure out my life. It's a struggle and mostly hilarious, but I'm doing the best I can.

Why I am a Mormon

The basic answer is that it's what I grew up with. But, it's a lot more complicated than that. When I was a teenager, I had a very hard time going to church. The members that lived around me made it hard to believe in anything. How could people who believe in Jesus Christ act the hypocritical way that they did? During that time, it seemed that one thing after another would go wrong and I sunk into a very deep depression. I turned to the only thing I had. The knowledge that I had a Heavenly Father who loved me. I also knew that He had a son Jesus Christ, and Christ suffered for my pains, my afflictions, and my sins. I prayed constantly that I could get through that hard time. It's difficult to put into words but while I prayed with all my heart, I felt the most love I've ever felt. I knew, with all my heart that the church was true. I knew that people aren't perfect, but I knew that as long as I had a testimony of my Savior, I could get through everything and become better. That knowledge is why I stayed.

How I live my faith

Mostly I just ask myself how Christ and my Heavenly Father would want me to live my life. And then I try my best. I'm not perfect. No one is. But the important part is that I'm trying. It doesn't really matter how much I believe if no one can see it in my life. I have callings sure, but my faith is more prevalent in how I interact with people. I want everyone to feel the same love I feel everyday because I have the knowledge that I have a God who knows me and loves me. Unconditionally. How awesome is that?