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Hi I'm Andie Kae!

I put college on hold to become a wife and stepmom. I'm going back to study Costume Design. I enjoy games and cosplay. I'm Mormon!

About Me

I was adopted, and being much younger than the rest of my siblings, I often felt I didn't fit in. I have been exposed to a lot of death in my life - starting when my dog, who I felt was my only true friend, was hit by a train when I was 9. But nothing compares to losing my mother when I was 17. I suffered from depression and anxiety and feelings and fears of abandonment. Before getting married I was attending college but was unsure of where I was headed. All I knew was how much I wanted to get married, I didn't see my individual worth. My interests and hobbies are not those of your typical Mormon adult. I am a total geek. I am so grateful for my husband, who supports me in everything I pursue. I finally see my potential and understand I am a daughter of God, and I have a lot to offer the world. I hope someday I can share my talents and change lives. I'm still discovering who I truly am, and want to discover my passion and purpose to share with others. I regret letting depression control so much of my life. If I had just stayed close to God, I would have seen what good I could do. But it's never too late to discover God's plan for you, it's never too late to follow your destiny.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born, adopted, and raised in the LDS church. I did not develop a full testimony of the gospel until after I turned twenty, though. I followed the rules very strictly as a teen, and expected the same from my friends. As a result, I didn't have many close friends, even within the church. My mother passed away when I was seventeen, and when I was nineteen I moved out on my own to discover myself. With my new found "freedom" I became a bit rebellious. I was lonely and tired of not having anyone to hang out with on weekends. While I knew the church and its standards were true, I still allowed myself to fall away. The road back was very difficult and I couldn't have done it without my family. They weren't afraid to tell me when I was making bad decisions, but even with all the mistakes I made they still loved me and encouraged me to do better. They never gave up on me, even when I had given up on myself. I'm a Mormon because only in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is the family eternal. It doesn't matter that I'm adopted, my family is real because of the blessings of the church. I love my parents, my siblings, my husband, and my stepson, and I want to be with them forever. I know both sides of living the gospel and living worldly, so I know the only place I have true freedom and happiness is by doing what's right, and that's following God's commandments.

How I live my faith

I might be really different from your typical Mormon girl, but nobody is the same. That's why I try to take advantage of my hobbies and talents to appeal to people that are outside the norm and show them you can have fun and still make good choices. When I explain to someone that my religion influences certain choices I make, I explain that it isn't fear that motivates me, it's love for God, because he is my Heavenly Father, and just like I love my physical father and want to do things that make him proud, that's how I feel for God.

What do Mormons believe about the nature of God?

Andie Kae!
I am a child of God. It's the words to a hymn we learn as soon as we can speak, and it is so true to how we see God. He is our Heavenly Father. He is everything that the world's most loving Father should be. He is kind and forgiving, he is perfect and all-knowing. Like a parent who raises us, He has given us rules and guides to live by while on Earth, and like innocent children we may not always understand why and we certainly won't always like the rules, but because He is God, our Father, He knows exactly what is the best way for us to be happiest, healthiest, and to reach our full potential. God has created us in His own image, so that we can become like Him. Because of that we understand that He has a body like ours, but perfect and immortal. He is also a separate being from Jesus Christ, who is also a separate being from the Holy Ghost. God has given us a life on Earth with a plan for us to learn, grow, and find true joy. He has given us the ability to choose. He loves us, we are His children, and He wants all of us to return home to Him. With the laws He has given us, we know right from wrong, and it is up to us to choose to return to Him. Show more Show less