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Hi I'm Cindy

I love to meet people, we all have a story to share. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I enjoy the out doors, motorcycle riding, hiking, camping. I love to work with people who are trying to make positive changes in their lives. I have worked with people, society calls "delinquent, vulnerable, lost, hopeless" I see the worth and value in all and I enjoy the process of change. I believe we live in exciting times, we can learn from each other.

Why I am a Mormon

I am converted to Jesus Christ and His Teachings and I know through my own experiences, Jesus Christ is The Light and Life of The World and through Him my very Nature has changed for good. I am a Christian! I know what it is like to live in darkness and I know what it is like to walk in Light. I know what it feels like to be without Hope and I know what it feels like to look to Christ for Hope. I know we have a loving Heavenly Father, I know Jesus is The Christ and Savior and I know that the Holy Ghost testifies of these truths. I belong to The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints, Jesus Christ's Church established on Earth in these latter days. I know Jesus Christ will come again and when he comes, I Hope and Work to be like Him! We are all children of God!

How I live my faith

I belong to a Senior Ward although I am not considered "a Senior." The key to happiness is in serving others. In my ward, there are opportunities all around me to serve. I look for the "Spirit in each call to serve I receive and I try to make my service fun. In a Senior Ward, there are many people who would like to attend church but are unable to leave their home, One of my first callings were to tape the lesson and give the lesson to those unable to join us. I learned we all need to feel we belong, are loved and have a purpose to our lives. I organized a sock drive for the Samoan men called to teach, most did not have socks because socks were not worn in their native land. I have been a librarian, teacher and a good listener and supporter to those serving. I enjoy the friendships I have gained through my church attendance.

What is the Atonement of Jesus Christ? Why was it necessary for Jesus Christ to sacrifice His life?

Heavenly Father had a plan for us to learn, grow and become like Him. This plan included a way that we could return to live with Him. Heavenly Father loves all His Children, He wants to give us all that He has but we must become like Him first. Heavenly Father knew that we were still learning and progressing. Jesus Christ loved us too, He did everything He could do, for each of us, to help us return to Father. Jesus Christ suffered both in body and spirit, he descended below all so we may know in whom we may look for Hope. I know through The Atonement of Jesus Christ, our very nature is changed: We are healed, comforted, strengthened, full of love, willing to serve, understanding of others, patient, long suffering and full of Hope. To make His Atonement fully effective in our individual lives, we must have faith in Christ, repent of our sins, be baptized and confirmed by one having authority, receive the gift of the Holy Ghost, obey God’s commandments, receive sacred ordinances, and strive to become like Him. As we do these things through His Atonement, we can return to live with Him and our Heavenly Father forever. I know this to be true. I know in whom I look for Hope in this life and Eternity. Show more Show less