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Hi I'm Alvin Blee Woe

I am a Liberian, a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. a graduate student.

About Me

I am a Black African from the Republic of Liberia presently living in the capitol of Monrovia, I am a High School graduate from G.W. Gibson Senior High School, I am in college studying Network Engineering at Blue-crest College NIIT. I like everything about technology and wish to advance to the highest level if the possibility is there. I am a succor player mostly love to play in the center.

Why I am a Mormon

I became a Mormon when I was asked by my aunt if I will like to join her to Church one Sunday, and I just said yes, not with real intend but with that little word I said give my aunt hope that she is going with someone to services. When the time was approaching 8:30 she begins to hurry me up and I hastily got dress and follow. When I enter I saw unity among the youth and the lesson that was taught in the youth class was wonderful.

How I live my faith

I love to give services to others by helping them receive the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. I am the Monrovia Liberia District Young Single Adults Representative, I love working with youth, I feel happy in my calling and working diligently in the Lord Vine yard.

Why do Mormons baptize their new members?

Alvin Blee Woe
Jesus Christ taught that we must be baptized by immersion (Mark 16:16; 3 Nephi 11:21-26). He set the example Himself by being baptized to “fulfill all righteousness” (Matthew 3:15). We are baptized by someone who has God’s priesthood authority for the remission of sins. (Acts 2:38, Acts 22:16). We are also baptized to become members of the Church of Jesus Christ, and to enter the kingdom of God (John 3:5). Through the ordinance of baptism, we make a promise, called a covenant, with God. We promise to accept Christ, to become His followers, and to keep His commandments to the end of our lives. In return, our Heavenly Father promises to forgive our sins and let us return to live with Him, provided we keep our covenants. Show more Show less