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Hi I'm Kim

I am a mother of five. I teach "Zumba" and pilates. I love to cook and love going out on dates with my husband. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother of five children. I love running around after them, and I am constantly cleaning up their little messes. I love reading to my children. They will not let a night go by without a bedtime story. I love to cook, sew, crochet, refurbish old furniture, clean and decorate my house. I also love to dance and make chocolates. Because of my love for dance I have taught Zumba for the past two year. I am also a pilates and yoga insturctor at a nearby gym.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because in my teenage years I yearned for the morals and standards that were taught by supportive church leaders. They instilled in me core values and principles and I loved standing up for my values and defending my right to live a righteous life. It was not the norm in my high school and made me standout, but I didn't mind letting my light shine. Soon others around me would help standup for my values and support me because they knew I was a Mormon.

How I live my faith

Everyday I live my faith by having my own private devotional. I have created a space for myself away from the craziness of kids where I go to pray, read my scriptures, and read talks given by our living prophet and apostles. This is my time to regroup and focus on what this life is really all about. I get help from my Father in Heaven on how to be a better wife and mother and how I can better serve those around me. Also every night I keep a gratitude journal. This helps me to reflect on the day and look for ways that my Heavenly Father has been reaching out to me to bless my life. It helps me to look for the good and cultivate an attitude of grattitude.

Do Mormons regard the Bible as Holy Scripture and the word of God?

Kim
Yes, Mormons do regard the Bible to be the word of God. I read from the Bible and the Book of Mormon everyday. I enjoy the teachings found in both books. They both draw me closer to my Heavenly Father and both witness that Jesus is the Christ. Show more Show less