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Hi I'm Tiffany

I'm a planner, a dreamer and a lover of anything fresh from the oven. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a graduate student studying speech pathology. I've lived in Colorado, Italy, Massachusetts, Utah and Washington. I love traveling and meeting new people. I love to sing, dance, and I love to laugh. One of my life goals is to learn how to tune pianos. I bake when I have spare time, and I love being a MORMON!

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a Mormon all my life; this gospel has been a part of my family for generations. Even though I was born a Mormon I always knew that I had to find out for myself if the gospel is true. Ever since I was a child I felt that God was real, and I knew that I could pray and receive personal revelation and answers to questions directly from Him. He has answered innumerable prayers from me...supplications for help to find a lost key, questions about the truthfulness of gospel principles, counsel and direction for my future, and comfort and forgiveness when I feel inadequate or have sinned. I am a Mormon because I prayed and asked if this church was true and I learned that the doctrine of this church came directly from Him. I know that God cares about me and blesses me in real, tangible ways because of my faithfulness and willingness to live according to the principles that have been revealed through the prophets. My faith has given me perspective that helps me go through life confidently with direction and purpose.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to emulate Jesus Christ. I attend church meetings on a weekly basis to take the sacrament, learn about gospel principles and how to apply them to my daily life, to be strengthened and uplifted by other members of my congregation and to serve. I turn to God at any time of day for guidance, comfort, and to voice thankfulness. I study the Bible, Book of Mormon, and messages from church leaders in order to learn more about the nature of God, his plan for me, and how I can build a relationship with him and ensure that I will be able to return to his presence after I die.