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Hi I'm Andreah

I live in Texas, I'm an engineer, I'm a mother and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I work full time for a large chemical company as a mechanical engineer. I love gardening, practicing the piano, reading, making movies but most of all I love spending time with my wonderful family!

Why I am a Mormon

I feel like I have always known how dearly the Lord loves me. I could never deny that. As I grew older I realized more and more how he has blessed my life through the guidance of living prophets and the opportunity to have priesthood holders in my own home. I remember in times of deepest reflection praying to my Father in Heaven for comfort and answers to my questions about life. He always answered my prayers in various ways-through teachings of the prophets I read or heard, in thoughtful scripture study, through the kindness or inspiration of others who crossed my path and through spiritual confirmations deep within my heart. Because of these experiences I know that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is truly Jesus Christ's church.

How I live my faith

I have worked with the youth in the church helping to organize activities and support wholesome programs. I volunteer to play piano for some meetings if my range of talent is adequate for the setting. In the community I try to volunteer as often as I can. I Regularly attend a group for elderly people suffering from Alzheimer's and help in planning and carrying out the activities. I have volunteered to help out in low-income schools and gathering donations for various organizations.

What is faith?

Faith is that hope you have in God - that you can be forgiven of sins and that God will answer your prayers. When you have faith, it makes you want to be a better person and to act on that faith, or to repent of sins and become closer to your Heavenly Father through baptism and the laying on of hands to recieve the gift of the Holy Ghost. Show more Show less