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Hi I'm Sara Galindo

I am from Honduras. The Gospel truly is my passion along with traveling, photography, music, and art. I am a mormon.

About Me

Youngest of three siblings. I am an interior and event stylist, passionate about photography, music, art, languages and of course the gospel. Born in Tegucigalpa and raised in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. I love to travel, meet new places, influence positively on others, teach, among a whole lot of other things. Loved Japan since forever!

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church, and I got baptised at the age of 8 on April 7th of 1996. We got inactive as a family for quite a while; my teenage years included. When I was 20, though we always prayed as a family and live by the norms, a hunger for getting to know God and Jesus Christ emerged in such way that I started reading The Bible. At the age of 24, had my "spiritual rehab" decided to reconcile with Heavenly Father, and finally got back to the Church and decided to build my own testimony (I had a lot of questions). 4 years later I was truly spiritually awaken and got derermined to do as my Patriarchal blessing said. Now, at the age of 29, I've been a full time missionary, serving in the Japan Kobe Mission, for 7 months. It is the best decision I've made in my entire life. I know now, by myself, that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the only true church on Earth, that Jesus Christ is the son of God, He Atoned for us, and I have been called to gather His people.

How I live my faith

"Preach, and if necessary, speak" is my motto to how to live by faith. In every single decision or step I take I always think "what would Jesus do?". It's the only way to press forward no matter the situations or circumstances. If we talk like He talked and walk where He walked, there's no way we are going to be lost.