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Hi I'm Indee

I love music. I practice martial arts. I'm a hard-working student, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Going to school has always been a huge part of my life. Right now, I am applying for Nursing school, and when I've recieved my degree, my educational plans don't stop there! I have a personal and profound desire to study interior design, but above all I wish to have the greatest career to be a wife and mother. I have many hobbies, some of my favorites are drawing, painting, singing, playing and writing music, and practicing the mixed martial art of Kajukenbo. Some of my goals I want to acheive in my life is to open up a dojo and teach girls and women how to defend themselves, and visit various places in the world.

Why I am a Mormon

Everyone has a conversion story, whether you grew up in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or not. I was very young when I started going to church with my mother. My father at the time until I was about seven was not a member of the church. I did have the privilege of having my father baptize me when I was eight. Shortly after my baptism, my parents, my two younger sisters, and I were all sealed together as a family for all time and eternity. But it was not until I was about fifteen years old that I truly gained a testimony of the truthfulness of the Gospel of this wonderful church. I was reading the Book of Mormon from cover to cover by myself for the first time. I was challenged to do this by one of my Young Women leaders, and afterward I was to read a scripture and follow its counsel. Moroni 10:4 "And when ye shall receive these things, I would exhort you that ye would ask God, the Eternal Father, in the name of Christ, if these things are not true; and if ye shall ask with a sincere heart, with real intent, having faith in Christ, he will manifest the truth of it unto you, but the power of the Holy Ghost." After I read this, I did not even have to fall to knees to know without a shadow of doubt that the Book of Mormon was true. And if this was true, then it must be that Joseph Smith, Jr. did truly see God the Father, and His son Jesus Christ, and that he did receive the fullness of the Gospel, that the principles that are taught in this Church are true, and the God loves me, and Jesus Christ died for my sake. Jesus Christ lives! And God has appointed a prophet whom He speaks through today. These things I know to be true and I say all these things in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.

How I live my faith

The Gospel is just not of one to learn from, but we have also been commanded to act upon the words of Christ. This I have learned from childhood to serve those around me. In my young women's, I remember a particularly profound event. We had come to an elderly home, whom had just lost her husband and was not well. As a youth, we came to her home and cleaned, organized, and edified her home, inside and out. It was amazing for me to feel the joy that came from helping others in need. I have also served in many other ways, from visiting the sick in the hospital to just stopping by and visiting the members of the ward. Other ways I have lived in my Faith is participating in choir in my ward(s), going institute, sharing my testimony, talking about the Gospel with my friends, and inviting others to listen to General Conference. I have had trails and I have struggled, and I know because of my faith and the help and love of my Father in Heaven that I have been able stand a little taller, and grow a little stronger. And I say these things in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.