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Hi I'm Fred Noelizaire

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hi my name is Freud Noelizaire I was born in Haiti, but now live in Madison Heights,Virginia.I am a husband and father of three beautiful girls with a wonderful woman as wife for eternity. I find the most joy in the simple things of life, such as in music, nature, family, friends and in sharing that joy with others.The thing that motivated me the most to become a member of the Church was the possibility of living with my family eternally. This makes me faithful and obedient to the Commandments of the Gospel. My testimony is a precious asset to me, and I know that God and Christ live and direct their Church through revelations. I know that by being obedient, faithful, worthy, and perseverant until the end, I will obtain all the promised blessings. I feel secure and happy from living the gospel, yesterday, today, and forever.

Why I am a Mormon

To become a Mormon was a decision that I made at the age of 20th. And I have never regretted it. In the beginning, I was of the opinion that being baptized was the right decision for me. Now,26 years later, with all my experience, I know that it was the best decision that I could have ever made and that this step has influenced all I have done. The things that my family and I have learned in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has improved the quality of our lives. Life is like an adventure that often includes surprises. The gospel gives me peace and hope to help me enjoy it all.

How I live my faith

My faith influences not only my choices in life, but also my attitude toward life. How I deal with joy and suffering is a part of that. Just because I believe does not mean that my life is free of worry or care. It simply means that the worries and cares do not knock me down as long or as hard, it helps me to grow and to learn. I am a very optimistic person and I try to see the positive in everything. There is a time for everything. A time to be sad and a time to be happy. I take the time to be sad when needs be, but I also use this time to treasure my happiness more and to enjoy it. My faith also helps me treat my fellow men better since we are all brothers and sisters. I my career as a nurse assistant I have the opportunity to work mostly with intellectual disabilities people, those experiences help me understand better the plan of our heavenly father and by making a difference in their lives.This is truly The Lords church! I'm thankful & very grateful for the truth to have found me. I have a testimony that if you seek you shall find & if you knock the door will be open to you. Since I joined the church I been the happiest I been in my life. Everyday I try to live Christ like & have the mind of Christ; I fall short but I repent I repent & I repent. I love being able to have free will to do and choose as I please. Joy, peace, surety, contentment, & a sound mind.

What is being a Mormon like?

Fred Noelizaire
The Gospel of Jesus Christ provides a foundation for a happy family and a successful life.The church helps me in my personal life, family, marriage, and professional career. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints centers me in life and helps me overcome challenges. The gospel of Jesus Christ inspires me to be a better husband, father, and friend; to do my best and be my best.One of the greatest reasons for being here on earth is to "have joy" (2 Nephi 2:25). Personal prayer, scripture study, and attending church helps us better understand that the best way to find joy and happiness in this life is to know about Our Heavenly Father's Plan of Happiness, the gospel of Jesus Christ, and to strive to keep God's "law" (Proverbs 29:18). Families are an essential part of God's Plan and much of how we live focuses on our families. We want to share the happiness we enjoy with everyone we can through service, missionary work, and contributing to society. Show more Show less