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Hi I'm Stacey

I'm a Wife. I'm a Mom. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hey! My name is Stacey. My favorite thing to do is spend time with my family. I am a mom of a two-year old. I also love going to the beach, pool, park, library, zumba, and spending time with friends. I love traveling and visiting family. I work part-time with a lawyer who specializes in Adoptions and I will be graduating college this summer with my Bachelors degree.

Why I am a Mormon

Even though I was born into a Mormon family, I had to know for myself that this church was the same church Christ established while He was on the Earth. As I have studied, prayed, and lived the principles of the Gospel, I know with all of my heart that this is Christ's church. I can feel the love of my Heavenly Father and my Savior Jesus Christ for me as I worship and keep my covenants. I know that the Prophet Joseph Smith was called to be a prophet and that we have a prophet called by God today. That is important to me because through revelation and the scriptures, I can know how to raise my daughter, strengthen my marriage, serve in the community, and most importantly how to follow the example of my Savior Jesus Christ and be able to live with my Father in Heaven again together with my family.

How I live my faith

I live my Faith by worshipping each Sunday and preparing myself to take the Sacrament every week. I try to do this by reading and studying the scriptures, sincerely praying to my Father in Heaven, being obedient to His commandments,learning and applying the Atonement of Jesus Christ into my life and serving those around me at church and in my community. The best way I know how to live my faith is by teaching others the principles of the Gospel. I love working with the missionaries and teaching each Sunday to those who want to learn more about the Gospel of Jesus Christ and also to those who have been recently baptized into our church.