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Hi I'm Aneta

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a wife, mother of two great kids and a sister to my four brothers and one sister. I am retired! YAY!! I started working at the bank after my kids graduated from high school and worked in various postitions for over 20 years. My days are now spent doing little projects around the house and loving my West Highland White Terrier and my Italian Greyhound/Chihuahua.

Why I am a Mormon

I love being a Mormon! I love the Gospel of Jesus Christ! I was born and raised in the church, but I have chosen to stay because I can not deny that it is true. My parents taught me to stand up for what I believe and I have to do just that. At a young age, I received my testimony and a witness through the Holy Ghost that the Book of Momon is true. I love reading the Book of Mormon. There are many times that I can not put it down and read well into the night. I do not remember a time when I haven't had a testimony of the truthfulness of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I have always wanted to do what is right and be a good example to others, so that they know that I love my elder brother Jesus Christ and my Father in Heaven.

How I live my faith

I have always felt the love of my Savior and my Father in Heaven. Prayer is very important to me because I know without a doubt that my prayers are answered. I love to do the little things, like falling to my knees in prayer, reading my scriptures, going to church and attending the temple whenever I can because when I am there, I feel my Saviors love and I feel closer to my Heavenly Father. I have held many callings in the church, in primary with the younger children, in young women's with the teenage girls and in Relief Society with the women of my ward. I am also a visiting teacher and do not feel my month is complete if I have not visited each of them.