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Hi I'm Kenzie

I grew up in Washington. I'm adopted. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love music. I played french horn for 7 years in middle school and high school. I also sing. I am now a history education major in college. When I am at home I work as a lifeguard and swim instructor. I am adopted from birth.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that this church is true and that it teaches correct principles. It helps me to be who I want to be in my life. I have a personal testimony of the truth of this church. I know that my heavenly father lives and that families are together forever. My sophomore year of high school my 15 year old cousin went into cardiac arrest and then a coma. For days I prayed that she would be alright but a few days later she passed away. For a year or two after that I struggled. Trying to reconcile this event to the things that I had been taught while growing up. I finally realized that she would have been miserable here on this earth. That Heavenly Father had answered my prayers. I know that I will see my cousin again someday. I know that with all of my heart, mind, and soul.

How I live my faith

I am a sunday school teacher for my school ward and in my home ward I was a choir director.

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

Kenzie
Mormon women are strong and independent in our own way. We know what we are expected to do and we do that. Then we do what we want. Many of us are stay at home moms. Some of us work from inside the home so that we can take care of our families and work. Men and Women in the church are equally important. Because while men have the responsibility of the priesthood( women do not) Women are in charge of something just as important. Our families. Our families are so important to us and we know that we need to be there for them. If you ask many of us we do not envy the priesthood holders. We have enough responsibility without the expectations that are placed on them. Show more Show less