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Hi I'm CeCe

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a Certified Phlebotomy Technician. I worked at a plasma center before receiving a mission call. Even though I really liked my coworkers, and it was a good experience for me, I'm planning on going back to college to help me get a job that would play into my strengths more. Something that allows me to be a lot more creative would probably be best! I love to do almost anything that lets me be creative. Singing, drawing, dancing, painting, writing, acting, it's all wonderful, and I love it.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in this church by my parents who are both members, but nobody is born with a testimony of their own and I didn't know if this church was true. I knew that I had felt the Spirit at church before, and I knew that the people seemed to be very happy there, but I needed to know for myself. A testimony of the gospel, a testimony I now have, is a very precious thing, and like anything of high value, it requires work to obtain. I prayed and read my scriptures, went to church and treated others well, but I needed something more. I learned at church one day that great faith is gained by acting upon the principles you have been taught. I decided to live by the commandments given by Jesus Christ and see if I felt the change promised to those who follow Christ. Not long afterward, I found myself much happier, peaceful and focused. I realized that I was seeing the world from a different perspective. All the hardships I've faced in my life have been more manageable since I truly converted to the Lord. I now can say with conviction that I know this church is true. I know that by following all the precepts provided by the church we fill the nagging spiritual void that sadly plagues almost everyone. This gospel provides us with everything we need to be happy and return to our Father in heaven.

How I live my faith

Being involved with my church is really important to me. I love participating with my friends in the church events that are organized for us. Every Monday night we get together and listen to a short lesson, and then we play sports, play games, or do a service project. I have also been asked to visit with a few of the women in our ward. We call this "visiting teaching" in our church. I teach them a small lesson and then I sit and talk with them and make sure that any of the problems they are facing in their lives are small enough to handle on their own. I love going to visit the women in my ward. They are such amazing people.

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

CeCe
As Mormons we definitely believe in equality between the sexes. We believe that God loves His daughters just as much as His sons. We also believe that men and women are designed for different roles in the family. The mother being primarily responsible for the nurturing of the children, and the father primarily for providing for the children. Both the wife and husband must be equal partners in their marriage and be willing to help each other if they are to have a family that can stay together forever. Show more Show less