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Hi I'm Gini

I'm happy to be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints--a Mormon!

About Me

I taught first grade for 2 years before my husband and I began our family. We have been married for 13 years and have 5 precious daughters. It was important for me to be at home with our children from the start. Although it seemed a financial strain, at the time, it has been well worth the sacrifice. Occasionally, caring for the needs of our children is an overwhelming job. However, it has been the most rewarding decision/"career move" I have ever made. When I find a moment for myself, I enjoy eating chocolate :), gardening, thrift shopping, amateur photography, listening to music, and a bit of reading. Our family likes spending time together outdoors and camping.

Why I am a Mormon

I love having the constant stability of the gospel in my life. No matter where I go or where life takes me, I can find the peace church attendance and worship bring.

How I live my faith

I have worked with children, youth and women in our church in various capacities over the years. In each instance, it has helped me to love those individuals as children of God. I think, in serving, I begin to get a glimpse of how He sees each one of us.

What do Mormons believe about family?

Families are forever. The relationships and bonds we create on this earth were not meant to be for time only. The family unit is eternal in nature. When a loved one passes on from this life, he/she does not cease to exist. His/her spirit moves on and has the ability to grow and develop upon what was begun here on earth. All is not lost. We WILL see our loved ones again! Show more Show less