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Hi I'm Cheyenne

I grew up in Richfield Utah. I have a love for traveling, especially for humanitarian purposes. I love the Mormon Church.

About Me

I am a licensed cosmetologist, the beauty industry is my passion. I come from a big family, I'm the second oldest out of six kids. I love to travel! I have been to Peru and Cambodia for Humanitarian trips. I have been raised in The Church and now have been called to serve in the Spokane Washington mission!

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the church, but now being older and have moved away from home, I have gained my own testimony. This church is the same all over the world and the spirit is the same wherever you go. I am a Mormon because I know that Joseph Smith restored this gospel, I know that we have a true prophet, and I know that Jesus Christ died for me so that I can live again with him someday. I feel the love of him every day. I know that we have commandments not only to keep us clean and pure, but also to protect us from the things of the world that can bring us down. Being a Mormon makes me happy.

How I live my faith

I have had many opportunities to serve in the church. Whether it be a leader in Young Womens or speaking in sacrament meeting. By going to church every sunday, I have noticed that life is more happy and clear. The spirit follows and The Lord blesses me so much for striving every day to be like Christ. I am not perfect, but I know that Jesus and Heavenly father love me no matter what.

Why do Mormons perform proxy baptisms in their temples?

Cheyenne
There are many people who have died and did not get the opportunity to get baptized. Once they died, they left their body and became spirits. Because they do not have a body, they cannot get baptized themselves. This is why we perform baptisms for the dead in the temples. Baptisms are performed for those who have died, and those who have died and gone to the spirit world have the chance to choose to accept or decline the work that has been done for them. Show more Show less

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

Cheyenne
Mormon women are no less important than a Mormon man. In this life, in order to have eternal families, man and women work together to bring up families in righteousness. Men and women do have different, but equally important roles as a mother and a father. The fathers are to watch over and teach their families in love and righteousness. They are also to provide for their family and protect them. Mothers are responsible for nurturing their children. It is also important that both parents work together as a team. Show more Show less