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Mormons Share Their Stories in Profiles

It’s been two and a half years since 4.0 launched with 2,000 profiles. Today, over 120,000 Mormons have created profiles, with another 100,000 in process, sharing why they are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Vanessa explains, “I find the teachings of Jesus Christ (found in the Bible and the Book of Mormon) to be irresistible. When I study them I feel inspired to be my best self — a bit kinder, more patient, more generous and fair.”

Vanessa lives in London, England and works as an aerial dancer. She is one of the 100 “I’m a Mormon” video profiles featured on These videos take a candid look inside the lives of a handful of the millions of members of the Church.

Go to to watch videos and read profiles featuring Mormons from New Zealand, Australia and other South Pacific countries.

Read more at the global edition of Mormon Newsroom.

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