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Hi I'm Katrina

I am a proud mother of twins and work with young children. I'm happy to call myself a Latter Day Saint!

About Me

After graduating High School I went to college and obtained a Bachelors degree in Education. Almost immediatly upon finishing school my I became pregnant. My husband and I were DELIGHTED to find out we would soon have identical twin boys. They have been such a blessing in my life. Because I do not want to miss out on their young years I haven't begun a professional teaching career. I am however building my ressume up by teaching at a local day care center. I recently was able to go into one of God's sacred Temple and receive my endowments. Entering God's holy house and wearing the garments has been one of the top best things I have done. I feel new, refreshed and motivated now. My husband and I have not been sealed in the temple but it is one of our goals and

Why I am a Mormon

I am LDS because of my life and my knowledge. I was born and raised in this church and always felt it was true. As I've matured I have learned, experienced and witnessed many things that have solidified my testimony of Joseph Smith's role in the restoration of Christ's church, of the Modern Prophets, of the power of prayer, Christ's atoning sacrifice and also of the importance of the Family.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to be a good example to others of what I believe. I try to view others as children of God and my spirit siblings. God loves everyone as he loves me and wants each of us to look out for each other. I avoid situations which are harmful to my spirit, negative gossip, cursing, and the such.

Why is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints called Mormons or Mormonism?

Because many other churchs which practice polygamy also call themselves mormons we are often mistakenly linked with them. Many members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are now calling themselves LDS and perfer for others to aswell. I believe it was also President Hinkley who urged that we begin calling ourselves LDS instead of Mormon. Show more Show less

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

Women are highly regarded, honored and respected in the LDS religion. They are viewed as equals to the men but are commited to following and sustaining their husbands who usually hold the priesthood and follow God's word. Mormon women are generally joyful women and love providing for their families needs aswell as the needs of other women and family. They typically take pleasure in service and socializing with others. Show more Show less