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Hi I'm Amber

I grew up in Oklahoma. I'm writing a memoir. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am single. I love to read, collect, and have authors sign books. I am currently writing a memoir. I love art history. I enjoy writing poetry. I volunteer for an after school program that strengthens family relationships. I have several physical health challenges. I have seizures, a brain disorder, and a spinal cord disorder. I struggle with mental illness and lost the ability to walk and see a few years ago. I believe because to the grace of our Savior and his atonement I was able to be healed.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because "If any man will do his will, he shall know of the doctrine, whether it be of God, or whether I speak of myself" John 7: 17 (KJV-Bible). I have practiced or tried the doctrine and principles in this church. They are good and wholesome. They are the will and way of the Lord. No one ever need to take my word for it. The most amazing thing is that you can find out for yourself, not just by applying the scripture, but also through pray. God is there. He hasn't left me alone yet. I testify that Christ is the literal son of God. He is my Savior and Redeemer. Because of Him I am able to be healed. I know that their is no one the Savior can not heal or help. He can succor all and for that I am eternally grateful.

How I live my faith

Living my faith is a daily thing. I begin in day with prayer - trying to create a real and tangible relationship with God. I read and study his words from the Bible, Book of Mormon, and words of modern day Apostles (just as in the days of the new testament). I do my best to remember that despite my disabilities I can serve others in many different ways. I enjoy attending religion class where I learn, apply, and strengthen my testimony about the doctrines and principles that I believe in. As I do these things my faith grows stronger that one day when I am resurrected and my body physically made perfect it will be a peaceful occasion to kneel before my God and Savior and thank them for all they have done for me.