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Hi I'm Lisa

I like to travel. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

As a child I enjoyed snowmobiling, sports, photography, and horsebackriding. My favorite childhood memory was rounding up cattle on my horse with my Dad at our stake ranch. I am a mom of three kids, two son-in-laws, a daughter-in-law, and two grandsons. I have a passion for traveling and learning about other cultures all over the world.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised as a member of the LDS faith. I know that by learning and living the gospel principles it can bring me happiness. I have always enjoyed the church's general conference that is broadcasted worldwide every six months. I am grateful that I live near the church headquarters so I can enjoy Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah. I know that the words of the modern day prophets are true because of the feelings I get when I listen to them speak. I am a mormon because it is true.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to improve each day, by attending church, reading the scriptures, and trying to serve others whenever I can. There is a wealth of knowledge to gain when reading the scriptures. We all experience trials or difficult times in our lives. The scriptures give us comfort and peace through these difficult times. We can also obtain comfort and peace through our service to others. When we serve others we feel good about ourselves and have a happy peaceful feeling inside. My kids and I had the opportunity to attend a humanitarian medical and dental excursion to Otavalo, Ecuador. We provided care to people who had never been to a dentist or doctor. We will never forget the feelings we had inside knowing we were helping these wonderful people in Ecuador. It was such a life changing experience that we decided to visit and orphanage in Guatemala and serve the children there. We provided the children with dental supplies and taught them oral hygiene. We donated clothing, school supplies, and soccer balls. We spent a day playing soccer, reading, singing hymns, and just visiting with them. It was rewarding to see the smiles on their faces! The LDS church is one of the greatest examples of service. The amount of service the LDS church provides to people all over the world is astonishing!

How can I know Mormonism is true?

Lisa
Truly feel in your heart that you want to know whether it is true or not. Sincerely seek for an answer through prayer. Be in tune with your feelings for an answer after you have asked for help. Show more Show less