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Hi I'm Sue Anderson

I grew up mostly in Washington state, Graduated High School and married my sweetheart. We've been married 30+ years.

About Me

I got married out of high school and didn't attend college but co-owned a couple different restaurants with my husband during our earlier years of our marriage. My husband & I have 4 children, 3 which are married and our youngest daughter is single and attending college. We have 7 grandchildren. I currently work at one of the local hospitals. My job allows me to meet new people each day. I register patients, train new hires on registration programs, audit registrations, assist other departments with registration issues and assist the manager of our department.

Why I am a Mormon

Going to church is very important to me. I love the feeling I receive each Sunday as I attend my meetings. I know that my Heavenly Father loves me, knows me personally and knows my every need. I feel His presence in my life daily. I know that by becoming a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and being confirmed by one who has authority, allows me to have the Holy Ghost as my eternal companion, comforter, protector & witness as long as I strive to live my live in accordance to Jesus' teachings. I'm thankful for worthy men that have been prepared & called of God to lead this church on Jesus' behalf. That these men are prophets & seers, ready to lead and guide us through these latter days when Satan's presence is ever so great upon the earth. I'm thankful for temple marriages that unite a man & a women together for time & all eternity instead of parting at death. I'm thankful for a gospel that teaches that families are meant to be forever & a family unit consists of a man and a women as they bring children into this world. I'm thankful Jesus restored His gospel to the earth, that we are able to have the blessings and teachings that were present when he was here upon the earth some 2000 + years ago. Jesus' message is that of Faith, Love, Forgiveness, Mercy, Kindness, everything that each of us desire on a daily basis. I'm a Mormon because I can't see myself living my life without purpose. Jesus' gospel gives me purpose! Just wandering here & there just to pass the time isn't what brings me joy. It is through the knowledge and witness of the Holy Ghost, I know that I once lived with our Heavenly parents before coming to this earth to receive a body. I'm on earth with a purpose to fulfill, to be tested, tried and given opportunities to show obedience to Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ's commandments. Christ's church IS here on earth. I need to share that knowledge with others. And hopefully return to live with them again.

How I live my faith

I have served in many different areas of the Church, mainly serving in the Church's women's organization and with the primary aged children. I'm currently the secretary of the Primary organization, which includes keeping minutes at meetings, assigning children to weekly 2 1/2 minute talks, sharing a monthly scripture from our theme and saying prayers in our Sunday gatherings. Since helping with our primary aged children limits me to spending time with the other women, monthly or quarterly gatherings are planned so we can meet together to discuss spiritual topics as well has eating and just hearing about each others lives. It's great to be able to socialize with other women, hear about their lives and challenges facing them, so I know I'm not alone when I too receive challenges.

Do you really believe there is a prophet like Moses alive today?

Sue Anderson
I do believe there are prophets today just as there was in Moses' day in Biblical times. Jesus Christ and Heavenly Father existed then and are still alive today. Prophets are men that are chosen and called by God. They have been given the authority to testify, teach and act in God's name on His behalf. God is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow, so why would He change his teachings or practices for us that live in these times? True Prophets of God will never lead you astray from God's teachings. Prophets teach and testify of Christ. They live their lives according to God's teachings. The testify of God and serve others as Christ would do himself. True prophets do live on earth today, even Thomas S Monson, When people hear the word "Prophet" used, they start to withdraw, become afraid or fear the unknown; this is due to evil selfish acts & desires of men that have taken the name of "Prophet" and twisted their teachings into something that only they themselves benefit from. History & Society tells us to "be aware" of these sort of men...That they are leaders of Cults or Clans. I can testify that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is lead by a true prophet, that testifies and lives to serve our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. We do not belong to a Cult or a Clan that willingly hurts others for our own gain. We live our lives in accordance to the commandments given to us by our Loving Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. Show more Show less