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Hi I'm Angela

My dad was in the navy when I was little. I grew up in a Baptist Church. I am a recent convert. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have recently gotten married. My husband is the one that introduced me to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I love nature and animals. I also love children. I can't wait to see what God has in store for my future.

Why I am a Mormon

There was a point in the past 2 years that I did not know how to handle a potentially life threatening situation that a friend was in. I kept turning to the pastors and leaders of the church I was going to and they kept telling me that there was no way I would be able to get through to the person I was trying to help. I found out the person was a Mormon and decided to try to find out who their church leader was to find out what my friend's beliefs were as far as God and eternal life. My husband and I had just started going out and so I asked him how to contact the person's church leader and he introduced me to his Bishop. The bishop told me the best thing to do would be to start meeting with some of the missionaries as an investor to learn the basic beliefs of my friend. I did and in the process asked God to let me know if what I was hearing was not truth so that I may know in my heart and mind what is true and what is not. I just kept receiving confirmation that what the missionaries were telling me was truth. The bishop and the missionaries were able to help me reach my friend who has currently battled the depression and is now back and actively involved in the church. I testify that Jesus Christ is the son of God and that the book of Mormon is a true book of God given to us to allow us to return back toward Him and continue to spread His gospel.

How I live my faith

I have been called to be a family history consultant in the local family history center.