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Hi I'm Angela

Im a Wife, a Mom, an Event Coordinator, I love to laugh and dance. I have seen miracles, I believe in Christ, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am eternally opptimistic. I am married to a wonderful man who makes me a better person. Our children are mostly grown-up and on their way to good lives, which is the source of great joy! We are super Sounder FC fans and I freely admitt I have gotten a bit carried away cheering and in some cases voicing my thoughts on a bad call by refs, I recognize and am working on it. I love doing just about anything with my husband and best friend, except shopping (this I enjoy solo). I feel completely blessed to have a lovely life with strong faith in the Lord, good health & friends I adore. I have witnessed miricles, had my prayers awnsered and have no doubt about the truth-fulness of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm called a convert but I know I have been a member of this church since before birth, I just made it official a few years ago. I've always had faith in God and believed Jesus, his son died for us. I have attended many Christian Churchs in my life but never for very long. From the moment I started attending The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints I felt the spirit of a loving Heavenly Father surround me and I knew the truth, the full gospel has been restored for us but we have work to do if we hope to be blessed. God has always sent a prophet to teach the people what he would have them know. Joseph Smith was sent for us in these times to reveal the Book of Mormon. God knows we need help now more than ever. Teaching through revelation has been passed on to each new Presiden of our church. I am extremely thankful to have this connection with my Heavenly Father. I'm a mormon because it makes me think about what good I have done in the world today, some days better than others but being a member of this church provides me a constant reminder of the committment I have made. Also like I've never seen before so many people who come together with a common desire to do good and so many opportunities to serve others, the result of this is the feeling of what it means to be a mormon.

How I live my faith

I try everyday to do the things I know I should do, I work with the children at my church and to see them develop a strong foundation in faith helps me develop mine.

Why don’t Mormons drink coffee, tea, or alcohol? What is the Mormon Church’s law of health and proper diet?

Angela
The Word of Wisdom. Simple common sense really, taking care of your body will help it last longer thus being able to enjoy life and serve your purpose. Show more Show less