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Hi I'm Bea

I was born in Chile-South America, moved to the US for my husband and his children, I am married and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a stay at home mom, although I have several degrees. I am working on getting a 4th degree (masters in education). I love singing, knitting, sketching and painting, reading, studying and spending time with my family.

Why I am a Mormon

My mom became a Mormon when she was 17 and so I attended church with her during my childhood. When time came I was taught the gospel but never forced to become a member. I think this was a crucial point for me, I received right principles and then I was allowed to make my own decisions. Many times I made bad decision, but with the love of my parents and friends, I was always able to amend my course. I was baptized young and my testimony of the gospel started growing and has never stopped. The hope that this gospel provides can't be substituted with anything and no other teaching can or has ever been as important to me in my life has the gospel of Jesus Christ. It has kept me sane and strong in times of trial, knowing that this is just a probationary state and I know if I endure it well (which for me has a lot to do regarding attitude) I will receive my reward in Heaven.

How I live my faith

I work in the women organization of the church, although I have had many other callings. I live the gospel to the best of my abilities every day and I procure to use any and every opportunity to tech it, specially to my children. I believe in service and I try to give it, just as I covenanted at baptism that I would. Being a Mormon is a way of life, not just a religion for Sunday.