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Hi I'm Kathee Zenger

I'm a computer gamer, avid music lover, writer, mother of three, and I am a Mormon.

About Me

My hobbies include online gaming, Facebook, music, and reading. I have always loved to write, as an emotional person sometimes the best way to communicate is through paper and pen. My hobbies now days relate to my children and their interests; I believe in being where they are and knowing who they are with. For example, my son needed help with piano lessons; therefore, after years I sat down and starting playing the piano again- relearning and beginning to write music. My son is not only an excellent pianist, he also dabbles in writing his own music. My children are my life, my reason for being, I cannot imagine my life without them. I am/have been the neighborhood house that all the friends come to and I wouldn't ever change that. I have worked from home, full-time, for 18 yrs and it definitely has its negatives and positives. I am a blogger, keeping a blog for my missionary sons adventures and my progress/feelings regarding my PTSD.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in the church, to good yet strict parents. Church was not optional in our household. As a teenager rebellion was telling my parents I hated them as I was too afraid of them to actually "try" acting out. My battle with myself and my PTSD started when I was a teenager, without my realization. Strong happenings had me reaching for my scriptures and falling to my knee's for comfort and help. Until that time I had been living off my parents testimony and faith. My life changed, I was 14, from that day forward. My life did not change for the better or worse, I simply developed the knowledge that I was loved. I have a Father in Heaven who, for reasons I don't understand, loves me and never gives up on me. Unlike anyone else in my life; he knows, he understands, he is disappointed but he doesn't turn away. I have found I turn away before he does; because of pride, shame, and feeling unworthy. Yet I know that my Heavenly Father and his son, Jesus Christ live and love me everyday. No one could love me more or better for their love is unconditional and unending. I know that the Gospel of Jesus Christ is true and has been restored to the Earth in these the last days by a boy prophet, Joseph Smith. I know that no matter what my struggles, my fears, or my ability to attend my meetings and worship properly; I know that I am loved and that there are those that feel the same and wish I were there to share with them. I am a wife, a mother, a gamer, and a survivor and most definitely a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I love working with the Youth, helping, teaching, and doing activities with them on a weekly basis. I've discovered an affinity to sharing with the women of my church, learning and growing with them as we discuss how to achieve more, become more, and work through our trials and problems. I've discovered that most of us are not different on the inside, just look different on the outside and live in different houses with adjustable incomes. I love my neighbors and friends, of all faiths and would do, have done, and do anything I can for them at any time. If we are not here to help each other, what are we here for? My husband and children help in assisting either individually or together as a family.