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Hi I'm Tricia

I grew up in a tropical city in the Philippines named Cebu City. I'm a college student and I'm a proud Mormon.

About Me

I'm 19th years of age and about to go on a mission by December of this year. I am born with a goodly parents and they're both member of the church. My dad is a RM and I'm the only child in the family. I already graduated from High School and now, I'm a 2nd year college student. I'm shy at first but when I get comfortable to someone, I can easily get along with them because we're all children of God.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm born with the covenant. My parents are already a Mormon before I was born and as I grow old and continue to renew my covenants to Thee, I gained a testimony that this is His true church and I've received many miracles in my life that tells me that being a Mormon is what my Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ wants me to be because this is were I've found the truth and it blesses my life in different ways and the Holy Ghost testified of this surety and I'm proud to say that I am a Mormon. I know it. I live it. I love it.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being a good example to my fellow-men. I remind myself to always "Choose The Right" and "Keep the Commandments" at all times. I strive to always have a Christlike attitude each and everyday and If someone asked me about the church, I bear my testimony about the restored gospel with all the power of my heart and through my faith, the Holy Ghost will testify that it is true.

What is being a Mormon like?

Tricia
Being a Mormons means everything to me like I can feel my Saviors love as I wake up each and everyday, as I study the scriptures, go to church, go to the temple and personal prayers. And through His Atonement, I know that He cares and loves all of us. One of the greatest reasons for being here on earth is to "have joy" (2 Nephi 2:25). Personal prayer, scripture study, and attending church helps us better understand that the best way to find joy and happiness in this life is to know about Our Heavenly Father's Plan of Happiness, the gospel of Jesus Christ, and to strive to keep God's "law" (Proverbs 29:18). Families are an essential part of God's Plan and much of how we live focuses on our families. We want to share the happiness we enjoy with everyone we can through service, missionary work, and contributing to society. Show more Show less