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Hi I'm Dorothy Larson L.

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have been in the church my whole life and strive to maintain the principals taught by the Church. I had 4 children, all grown and active in the Church, and have given me 21 grandchildren living in the West . I married the second time and gained 44 more grandchildren - all 65 very much loved and adored. My husband (now deceased) and I served two wonderful missions for the Church, I live in a retirement village and now keep very busy volunteering both in the Church and my community.

Why I am a Mormon

It is my heritage. I am a product of many generations in the Church and with that base it was easy for me to make the choice as I grew up to embrace and enjoy it. I love the culture of the Church.

How I live my faith

I'm committed to good healthy living, obeying common sense eating, exercising, participating in wholesome activities, respecting and honoring the Sabbath Day as a day of spiritual participation and enjoyment of the Day. I love the Scriptures and enjoy the lessons learned as I read them. I love my family and love to visit them and their family life.

What is the Church's position on abortion?

Dorothy Larson L.
I honor new life and abhor the thought of abortion. There may be an incident where it would be required to preserve the life of the Mother. I delight in the priviledge of being a mother. Show more Show less

What is the difference between attending a Mormon Church and a Mormon Temple?

Dorothy Larson L.
Attending Church each week has its joys, being with friends, renewing my commitments to be a friend to others and be of help when necessary is serving them, whatever their needs are. I enjoy the singing, the prayers, the lessons taught, and participating in being a friend. I enjoy going to the Temple each week and love the priviledge of going to serve my deceased ancestors. Show more Show less