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Hi I'm Corina Taylor

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hello. I am a student, working on my nursing degree. I work part-time, very part-time, and I work in an emergency room. I am a newly wed with no children, but defiantly in the future I plan to become a mom. I enjoy my cities social scene. I love going to the music festivals. I enjoy riding my bicycle around town and occasionally, using public transportation to reduce my carbon footprint. I live in a apartment and I take advantage of the cities local ecology action recycling program. My husband would prefer if I wasn't such an avid recycler, but I know I do it because I enjoy doing my part to keep Earth livable for as long as I can. I enjoy taking vacations every so often to get away from daily life and relax. I enjoy snowboarding in the winter and soaking the sun in during summer. There so much more I am looking forward to experiencing, but while I am in school I focus on doing well and finishing with school as soon as I can.

Why I am a Mormon

I joined LDS church almost two years ago. Being raised in a church, I always knew about Heavenly Father and his plan for having me live with him when I leave this life. For a long time I stopped attending church because I wanted to "enjoy" life without feeling guilty if I did something that would not be right in God's eye. This approach was not the best. I struggled with several obstacles and I always felt that I had no one to turn to. Life changes occurred, and I wanted to live my life the best way I could. I wanted to have a religious support to help keep my on my feet. The only problem was, I was confused about how to find the right church for me. So I never tried to look. I didn't have to. One evening I had a knock on my door and two missionaries introduced me to the church and redefined my faith in Christ. A few weeks later I was baptized and a year in a half later I was married to my husband, to never ever be separated from, even after death. being introduced to the LDS church gave me so much happiness. It was and still is a great feeling, feeling relieved and taken care of. Knowing that I can be reunited to my Heavenly Father and everyone I have lost my life. That number isn't much that I know of, but I do know I can be reunited with loved ones I've never meet centuries ago. It's good to know that when lie throws curve balls at you and you feel so lost and worried, I can always ask my Heavenly Father for help and guidance and I know that He will be there with me at all times to help me overcome my trails.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by attending church, paying tithe, and marrying in the temple. There's still lots for me to learn and adjust too, but I know I will prosper the more I continue to keep my faith in Heavenly Father.