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Hi I'm Ele

I grew up in the USA with 9 sibilings. I love to grow my own food in the garden. I am a MORMON.

About Me

Before I joined The CHURCH I was a drinker and a smoker. I am a mom that gave a child up for adoption and am now building a relationship with her. I am very close to my extended family(cousins). I have worked in many fields of employment, from nursing to certified navy welder. I like to travel and meet new peoples. I am a home body also. I am married. I love to do home canning. I love to crochet. I attended Community college for a few years.( no degree) . I am socially shy but love to visit with new people. I am passionately commited to Jesus Christ and his Teachings

Why I am a Mormon

I am a MORMON because I know that God Lives and that Jesus Christ is his son. I know that Jesus died for me and atoned for my sins. I have a personal relationship with my Father in Heaven and know that he knows me personally. He has guided and directed my life for good only. I know where I started and I know where I want to go and need the Practice of the Commandments to get there. There are so many ways my life has improved since joining the Church that it is difficult to pick just one. I am a non- judgemental person due to the commandments, As all people learn at different rates on different talents. I am mostly happy and content with my life, because of the Gospel insruction.

How I live my faith

I live my Faith by trying my hardest to be faithful and obedient to the commandments. I have a friend that is not well and I try to visit with her every week. I have organized groups to go to her house and sing to her. I bake goodies to take to her and her husband. I go to the temple as often as I can and try to take a sister with me that hasn't been able to get there. I teach people how to home can and preserve their own food. I am going to organize a project this year for the sisters to be involved in, to assist a program called "Families in transition". I visit with less active members and fellowship them so that they never feel totally alone. I make myself available to the missionaries to help with people that are investigating the church.