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Hi I'm Sarah Kathryn

I'm a wife, mother, graphic artist, public relations specialist, web designer and a baker. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in Germany. I am the youngest of six children. I moved often due to my father’s career. Every new place became a home. My father retired from the Army in San Angelo, Texas where I graduated high school in 2002. After nannying for a couple years, I finally started my collegic career in 2006, in Denton Texas. I graduated in 2011 with degree in Strategic Communication emphasizing in Public Relations and Social Media with a minor in Ceramics. I am now a stay at home mother of three. In my spare time enjoy baking for others, canning, camping, swimming and working with ceramics. My husband, Gordon, and I met at the University of North Texas and were sealed in the Dallas, Texas Temple in January 2009. We have two daughters and one son. I am also a freelance designer. I enjoy designing websites, business cards, newsletters, logos and much more. My dream in life has always been to be a wife, a mother and have the capacity to help those around me. I am satisfied to say that my dreams are being fulfilled.

Why I am a Mormon

I feel truly happy when my life is in accordance with the teachings and beliefs of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I know that the blessings in my life come from my obedience of God's commandments. I feel comforted when I pray and I know that Heavenly Father has answered my prayers.

How I live my faith

I am the compassionate chairman for my ward. I love finding ways to serve others around me. With this wonderful responsibility, I am able to help teach my children more about service. We have started two secret Family Home Evening Baskets, take treats to someone if we hear they are having a bad day and dinner to those that might need a little help and support.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Sarah Kathryn
We believe that we have the opportunity to be with our families for all eternity. Seeing as eternity is a long time, we like to spend time with our families and learn to work together so we can all get along and be happy in eternity. Show more Show less

Why do Mormons perform proxy baptisms in their temples?

Sarah Kathryn
We believe that baptism is important to our salvation. Not everyone has the opportunity and blessing to be baptized with the proper authority. Due to this we preform baptism, by proxy, to give our deceased loved ones the opportunity to accept or turn away those blessings. Show more Show less