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Hi I'm Niina Welker

I'm a multi-lingual singer, a survivor, and I'm a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

About Me

I have moved throughout my life a great deal. In general I love music, sports, and reading. I attended BYU-Idaho for two years therein I received an AAS degree. I transferred to BYU-Hawaii and graduated in the International Cultural Studies program,studying communications and anthropology program. Currently in pursuit of obtaining an elementary ed teaching license. Fun facts: I enjoy kickboxing I have a suitcase for all my cards and childhood memories. I am a survivor of hyperthermia. I was the youngest person in the hospital to be suffering from it that day in Southern Japan. For the elderly this is may be common. However, in statistics it is rare for someone in their twenties to have it. I prayed each day for help. It has taken me several months to regain my strength and I have not yet fully recovered. I know God sent his angels to aid me in my most desperate time of need. I am always thankful to God and his angels.

Why I am a Mormon

I know there is life beyond this. His gospel his clean and pure. The essence of being clean and pure is a wonderful feeling. I am a Latter-Day Saint aka Mormon because I whole heartedly believe God protects me everyday and knows me better than I know myself. I am a Mormon because I was born in the gospel and I chose to be a part of His wonderful kingdom. God is forgiving, God is kind, our Father in Heaven's love is unconditional and he has blessed me an ability of the language of music. I am a Mormon because within His gospel I achieve a pure and everlasting happiness with my loved ones. His gospel makes me happy.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by talking to God within my heart; I talk to him daily. My music abilities are a very large part of my faith. When I sing I feel a strong spirit in me this enables to sing more and with more passion. I tend to be a daily help to my friends when they need a friend to just listen to them. With my experiences I empathize very well. I believe women are strong thus I have a strong attitude when any guy in society attempts to drag any of my friends down. I live my faith by keeping myself worthy for temple ordinances, they are very sacred to me. I live my faith by showing I am not afraid. My family, friends, and God has cultivated me into a strong woman that I am today.

Why don’t Mormons drink coffee, tea, or alcohol? What is the Mormon Church’s law of health and proper diet?

Niina Welker
In personal experiences my body can't handle even junk food so for me it seems logical to stay away from these harmful products. Show more Show less