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Hi I'm Janjill Flores

"I grew up in Daet Camarines Norte. I'm a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints."

About Me

I was baptized 12 years ago and from that time, I knew that the book of mormon was true and also the gospel of Jesus Christ . I know from the bottom of my heart that my love for Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ is real.

Why I am a Mormon

I became a member of this church because i feel the love of our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ that they gave me someoen that can love me as my mommy because I came from a broken family . And I proved that the Book of Mormon is true by reading it sincerely that when I'm reading my scripture I can picturize the events that I'm reading.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by fulfilling my church callings as well as being an institute student council . I read my scriptures daily and help the missionaries to work.

Why is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints called Mormons or Mormonism?

Janjill Flores
n 1838, Joseph Smith was told in a revelation that the Church should be called The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Doctrine and Covenants 115:4). The Church has been known by that name since that time. Gordon B. Hinckley, prior President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has emphasized the Church’s correct name, saying: “We believe in Jesus Christ as the Son of God. The official name of the Church is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and He is the central figure in all of our worship. “The Church carries the name of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, the Redeemer of the world. It is His name by which this Church is officially called. Show more Show less

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Janjill Flores
Our families provide a setting for much of the growth we experience in life. In our families we love, serve, teach, and learn from each other. We share our joys and our sorrows. Family ties may bring us difficult challenges, but they also give us strength and some of our greatest happiness. The family is central to God’s plan for His children. It is also the central unit of society and the means for bringing children into the world where they can be loved, provided for, and taught truth and righteousness (see “The Family: A Proclamation to the World”). Show more Show less