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Hi I'm Erin

I am a Hoosier and love being an aunt. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born and raised in northern Indiana. I attended college at Indiana State Univerisity and work as a safety and health professional. I am 37, single and the aunt of four wonderful boys. I love spending time with family and friends but my favorite past time is reading.

Why I am a Mormon

I had spent many years considering spirituality and faith and had occassionally attended a few different churches. When missionaries knocked on my door I put them through the paces with many the questions I had pondered throughout the years. As they gave me answers my heart swelled within me, these were the answers I had expected but had never found anywhere else. As I met with the missionaries and conducted personal study of the scriptures, I received a personal witness that I should be baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I know with certainty that this is where I am supposed to be.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by working to serve others both in my family and in my church family. I have taught a Sunday school class of 7 years olds, planned activities for single members, helped run our children's sunday school program and currently I work with our women's group to plan meetings and teach for the women of my church. I study the scriptures to increase my knowledge and understanding, and have loved studying the New Testament this year in Sunday school class. In short, I try to be a good person.

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

Erin
I have lived in three different areas of Indiana since joining the Church and the women I have met in the church are like all women throughout the United States. Within in my current area you can find single women, married and widows, teachers, nurses and those holding doctorate degrees. We meet monthly as a women's group to teach and strengthen one another. Our meetings have topics including food storage, sewing, gardening, personal fitness, and strengthening personal relationships. I have been very blessed to have so many wonderful women around to offer their knowledge and emotional support whenever I was in need. Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women? YES! This is the Lord's church, and in his sight we are equal. We may have different strengths and weaknesses but those serve to bless us by making us work together. Show more Show less