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Hi I'm Andrea L.

I am currently from Tennessee. I am about to have the opportunity to serve others for a year and a half. I am a Mormon!

About Me

I am a softmore at college. I am studying to be a dentist eventually. Some of my hobbies I enjoy are reading, cooking, baking, running, and babysitting. I have earned my Honor Bee and Young woman recognition through the Young woman program at Church.

Why I am a Mormon

I know that this Church is true. I know that God loves me so much He sent his son to earth to die for me. I know that because of my Saviors sacrifice I can return to live with my Father in Heaven once more. I know the scriptures are true and they are guidance and council for these present days. I know the Prophet has been called of God and he speaks for us from Him. How blessed I am to be a Latter Day saint. I am able to know that I can repent of my sins and be forgiven of them. I have the opportunity to be with my family for eternity, not just till death. To quote someone who said it perfectly, "I am a Mormon, I know it, I live it, I love it."(Ann M. Dibb)

How I live my faith

One way I live my faith is that I played the piano for part of church services. I do service for others, as often as I am able. It is enjoyable for me to offer service at the Food Pantry. I worked with another young lady and helped two women, getting to know them better and helping them through trails in their life. We made meals and served them as often as possible. Another way I live my faith is by reading the scriptures and saying my prayers daily. I attend church regularly, and love it.

Do Mormons practice polygamy?

Andrea L.
No, Mormons do not practice polygamy. We believe that marriage should be between a man and a women and is ordained of God. I know at some times in the past, we have been commanded and challenged to practice plural marriages- that is no longer the case, those doing so are not seen as members or Mormons. "THE FAMILY is ordained of God. Marriage between man and woman is essential to His eternal plan" (the Family a Proclamation to the world) Show more Show less