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Hi I'm Lynette

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a Mother and Grandmother. I have a son that is bi-polar and struggles each and every day. Another son suffers from depression and anxiety attacks. Both boys attended Church with me throughout high school, but never grasped the importance of religion in their lives. My daughter is a perfect example for her brothers and her two daughters. We all try to have charity and love in our hearts toward one another.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Christian. I believe in Christ as the redeemer and Savior of this Earth. I know that Jesus Christ loves us and gave his life to save us all. His plan of happiness and the power of the priesthood has been restored to this Earth through Joseph Smith. We do not worship Joseph Smith, but recognize him as the first prophet of Christ's Church in the latter days. Prophets throughout history have predicted this day. The Holy Ghost was a gift from Christ to the world, and this Spirit is available to those that seek Him. Christ guides us through every problem that falls into our stewardships. I know we can return to live with our Heavenly Father by following the teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I could not get through a single day without reading the scriptures and messages from the current prophet and other leaders in this Church.

How I live my faith

Our Church encourages a lot of interaction between the members. We have several meetings on Sunday, and sometimes there are gatherings during the week. I am a Visiting Teacher and call and visit several sisters in our Church group at least once a month, if not more often. We are there for each other and we are happy to listen to the problems of others and offer assistance whenever possible. Christ taught us to love and serve one another. Charity is the pure love of Chirst and we follow this basic principle in our lives. We are Christians and anyone that disputes that does not understand the teachings we have received from Christ Himself.