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Hi I'm Fernanda Z

Im a Mormon,Im Mexican And I Live In Canada .

About Me

Im Mexican, I Live Now in the amazing, and cold Canada. I Love To Study the scriptures, Listen to Inspirational talks (General Conference). I Love To Listen To Music, And Share With Others My Testimony And how The Gospel Can Help Us In Good And In Bad Times, I Love To Share How I Transformed My Life For Good And How God Love Us And Care For Us. My Passion Is Law Enforcement, In A Future No So Far away I Want To Be A Police Woman And help Others. I Know It will be a challenging career and i know i will have obstacles and difficult moments, but i know heavenly father will be with me in every step of the way. I Love To Travel, ive been in Mexico, Canada, Guatemala, And USA. I Love To Learn about new cultures, customs, and the way people live their lives. I Have so many great people that I Admire some are: My mom, My grandma, My sisters, The Missionaries, The Prophets, and my number one JESUS CHRIST!. If We can do something better every day, i think that we can make a difference in our lives and in others. Do Good , Learn from the challenges and share love .

Why I am a Mormon

Im a Mormon because i wanted a faith that made me feel the love of Christ, I Wanted a faith to understand, a clear faith where everyone is nice, where you can ask for help and never be judge from your past or challenges. Before becoming a Mormon i used to live a different live to the one i live now. I used to drink, smoke and party a lot, But when i found the gospel i knew for sure that it was true, I knew in my heart that in fact that was the path i wanted to follow. I Can say that ive never been happier and even with challenges i will never go back to my old life. The gospel can really change lives, if we listen with our hearts i can promise that we can feel the true love of God and Jesus Christ, if we ask heaven inspire questions we will get answers. Im a Mormon and i love to call myself an LDS. I love how my life is today , i love to share with others my old life and my new life. I Know this is the true church of Jesus Christ And i know God Loves Everyone we just need to open our hearts, ask for answers and come unto Christ.

How I live my faith

Part of my family are members of the church, but my close family arent. Sometimes for me is challenging to share with my close family members events that happen in my life( Due to the fact that they are not so interested in my faith- STILL They support me and listen to me). I have a social life full of people that are not members of the church and sometimes its difficult to be around people who doesnt follow the same standards like i do, But its so good knowing that even when i do not drink or some my friends understand and they never force me to do anything i dont want to do. I Love to say I DONT DRINK instead of i cant drink. Heavenly father love us so much that he gave us our own agency, To decide what to do(good or bad) And when i make the good choice i feel powerful and i know that god is proud of me and i feel proud of myself. I Love living a good clean life, and i can testify that when we live a pure life we see blessings more often and we enjoy life more than ever!

Who are the Mormons?

Fernanda Z
Mormons are members of the church of Jesus Christ Of Latter day saints- LDS or SUD in spanish. We Believe In The Book Or Mormon and we have a living prophet that guide as and give us strength with powerful and inspirational talks. The LDS People are fantastic, Many people have a wrong Idea about who the mormons are, And thats because the lack of information or wrong information we find in internet. The best way to know a Mormon, and our faith is by Asking the missionaries, and also reading the book or mormon. Another fantastic way to know about this is going to LDS.ORG and chat with missionaries. Mormonism is an extraordinary faith. Show more Show less