Hi I'm Nancee
I converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on New Year's Eve 2006. I love being a Mormon!
I'm a 51 year old mother of one terrific, yet developmentally challenged adult daughter. I have been a certified home health aide for 17 years, a profession which I love because I can make a difference in people's lives on a daily basis. Heavenly Father gives me the strength to face my challenges daily and I feel so very blessed by Him in my life.
Why I am a Mormon
I was baptized and confirmed (along with my daughter) into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints just before 2007 began. Our lives had been so bleak, negative and hopeless untill we discovered the restored gospel! I've never known that such joy could be found by turning my heart in its entirety to Jesus Christ, and following his teachings. Our lives, and our family relationship has been strengthened in so many remarkable ways. It has made me better as a mother, and as a person. I'm proud to call myself a Mormon. It's a pride that comes from finding meaning and purpose in my life through our Heavenly Father. I feel like my ward brothers and sisters are my family and we all help and support each other through both good and bad times. I've never found such joy in the 47 years I lived before joining the church.
How I live my faith
I joyfully live my faith in service to others as often as possible. I love to serve people, because to serve them is to serve God. I surprisingly enjoy organizing church events and working in the church media center. I thrive because I learn so, so much about living life the way Jesus would want me to, as well as learning about inner strengths I never knew I had. I feel so good helping people...it makes me glow from the inside out. By serving in these capacities, and any way in which I'm called upon, I feel like my life has a grand purpose. I feel so very loved.