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Hi I'm Jasmin Albos

I grew up in the Philippines. I strive to be a little better each day. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I served as a full-time missionary of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City Temple Square, Utah. Before I went on a mission, I was a student taking up BS Industrial Engineering. I also served for a period of time in Naga, Philippines.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents were baptized when they were young, so I was born and raised a mormon. But on my mission I have gained a testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel and of the Book of Mormon. I know that Christ restored His church through the prophet Joseph Smith. When I was growing up I had questions about the church that made me wonder if there really is a Supreme Being watching over us. But my experiences on my mission have helped me develop a testimony that God exists. We are living in a world where people may not believe in the Deity, but I testify that He lives, and He loves us so much. He is the micro-manager of our lives. We are here because we chose to follow Heavenly Father's plan, to be given mortal bodies, to be tried and tested, so that we may return to His presence someday. This church has helped me grow as a loving child of Heavenly Father. Through this church, I have learned that we can live with our families not only in this life, but in the life to come. I love being a Latter-Day Saint.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by consistently trying to follow Jesus Christ's example. I was called as a sunbeam teacher (I teach 3 yr old kids) in my ward after graduating in the Young Women association. When I turned 19, I decided to serve a full time mission because I wanted to help in bringing souls back to the straight and narrow path. Jesus Christ gave His life for us, and I wanted to show Him my gratitude by dedicating my life for a period of eighteen months. After all, that is the least I could do.