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Hi I'm Kim Miller

I was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV. I have 2 year old twin daughters and a hilarious husband. They are my life.

About Me

I spend most days changing diapers... lots of diapers, cleaning my home, going to the gym, playing at the park, preparing for church activities and lessons, and laughing with my husband. I am also the Chief Financial Officer at a drug and alcohol rehab. I work there 2 days a month and follow up on projects from home. My family LOVES Disneyland and we try to go as often as possible. My husband and I are obsessed with our 2 year old twin girls. We just can't get enough of them.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon for many reasons. I'll share a few. Family. This gospel helps keep my family focused on what's important. We live a Christ centered life and know the purpose for being on earth and that we can be with our family for eternity. My 2 year old daughters love going to church and singing songs about being a Child of God. I know that my girls will be better prepared to take on this difficult world as they grow up learning their individual worth and that they are loved and watched over by their Heavenly Father. It makes sense. This church is simply a RESTORED GOSPEL. Christ set up his church and organized it in the same manner when he was on this earth. After his crucifixion and resurrection, there was an apostasy and his apostles and organization were no longer on this earth. Joseph Smith was asked to restore the gospel to have apostles and prophets on this earth again. I know that our prophet is called of God and serving in his true restored gospel. The Spirit has testified to me. Each person must go through their own conversion. Whether they were raised in the gospel or contacted by missionaries, everyone at some point has to seriously ponder and ask for themselves whether this church is true. I have done that. I have studied the scriptures and prayed for an answer. I have felt a wonderful peace given to me by the Spirit which confirmed what I suspected to be true. This is it. This is His loving, restored church. I learn more every week and my testimony is constantly being strengthened. I am so grateful to have this in my life.

How I live my faith

I was recently asked to serve as the Young Women's President in my ward. We have about 25 girls ages 12-18 in our ward. The technical description of this calling is that I oversee the records, reports, budgets, and finances of the ward Young Women organization. I serve on the ward council and bishopric youth committee. I teach other Young Women leaders their duties. I teach lessons on Sundays and help plan and carry out weekly activities called "mutual". My non-technical description is that I get to be a friend to wonderful youth that have struggles and successes that I get to share with them. I get to help and support them. I get to answer their questions about the gospel and about life. I am blessed to have this opportunity to serve and watch these young women strengthen their testimonies of Christ and the gospel through spiritually guided lessons and activities. I also have the opportunity to visit with other ladies in my ward each month. Every woman is assigned a couple of ward "sisters" to visit each month which helps create a sense of love and support throughout the church. We share a gospel messages and help each other in times of need.