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Hi I'm Cire

I'm from the Philippines, and have been called to serve in the Edmonton Canada Mission. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the eldest of four children. I really enjoy any recreational sports as well as drafting and designing. I love meeting new people, and would often invite them to our church activities in order to get to know them better.

Why I am a Mormon

Growing up as Mormon, it becomes easy and even habitual to take our church for granted. For me it took a little bit of time before my heart was truly converted unto the Lord. While I was learning of the gospel, I just took what the teachers taught me at face value without thinking about it. Since my parents, church leaders, and even the prophets taught us the same principles over and over, it seemed like they were teaching is what was true. But there was a small doubt in my heart as to whether our church really is true. Therefore I took my problems to the Heavenly Father and prayed. The answer to my prayers was to read the whole Book of Mormon. As I read this book, with every turn of the page, it seemed as though the Lord himself was speaking to me personally. All of the doctrines and principles that it taught applied to any situation I was in. Sharing the gospel with others is a great blessing in it of itself and I want others to feel and know of the blessings that come from being a member of our church.It is because the Lord has continually blessed me throughout my life, and because of my testimony in Him that I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I'm a person who is affable in nature, therefore it is easier for me to share my beliefs with others. I live my faith by testifying of what I know to be true concerning our gospel to the people I meet. Whenever an opportunity may arise, take the time to share with them an experience that relates to their life right now and hopefully help them. I also take the time to find ways to serve others, not just in my ward but the people I encounter everyday.