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Hi I'm Kim

I'm a Mormon. I'm a survivor... breast cancer. And because of that I love LIFE! I'm a mother, wife, friend, child of God...

About Me

Being a Breast Cancer survivor has helped defined my future in that I don't take little things for granted, I truly Love Life! I love being a mother and wife. I love to try new things… I have a little ADD in that respect I love creating, I dabble in jewelry, scrapbooking, sewing, crocheting, home décor, etc.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the Gospel, so I’ve been a member all my life. But not an active member all my life, shortly after High School I stopped going to church and living the standards that the Gospel upholds. But finally in my early 20’s I decided I needed to find out for myself if the Gospel was true, to really test what I had learned all my life. So I did! I began reading the Book of Mormon, praying about its truth... I remember praying a lot! I received that sweet witness of the truthfulness of the Gospel as the Holy Ghost warmed my heart and soul. As I continued on that path my “own” testimony began to grow. I’m forever grateful for parents who never gave up. My life is truly blessed with the knowledge of the Gospel. I shudder to think if I had continued on the path I was on where I would be. But now I Know, that although Life is never easy, with the Gospel in my life it is worth It. The Gospel give me purpose, give me direction, has given me my life.

How I live my faith

The wonderful thing about the Gospel is that you live your Faith every day. I currently serve as the Relief Society president over the women in our Ward. Oh how I love the women, and oh how I worry for the challenges us as women are facing in the world. There is an attack on women in the world, an attack on motherhood. It is wonderful to come together as women each Sunday to share our feelings, frustrations, worries, trials with each other and feel the love, acceptance, sisterhood we take away with us to face the week ahead. I love the Women of the church. But the funny thing about the Gospel is we get to have different opportunities to serve throughout our lives and with each opportunity I Love it just the same. By serving in the Gospel it has truly blessed my life, strengthened that small testimony that began in my 20’s. And because of that when I have been faced with cancer and other trials… my faith has carried me through. I knew where to turn to receive strength, to receive comfort, to be reminded that I’m not alone.