Sarah: Mormon.

Hi I'm Sarah

About Me

I'm a SAHM of two young boys and wife to an aerospace engineer. Right now my family is my life. Volunteering in the community, training my border collie, dancing it up in Zumba classes, and reading anything around which I can get my hands fills most of my time. What I really want to do is home improvement. Painting and planting and redesigning homes and yards just calls to me. I wish I knew this before I graduated college! Right now the projects are small, but as soon as my husband finishes school, watch out for the lady with the paint sprayer.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because it helps me to understand my place in this world. I know I have a loving Heavenly Father and my goal is to return to his presence and to help my family do the same. The teachings of the church help me in this course and I know that I'm not alone in this pursuit. There are hundreds of members striving for the same blessing.

Personal Stories

Think about your everyday activities. What are things you act upon each day where you cannot see the end results? How does faith move you to action?

My husband and I have been married for almost ten years now and during this whole time he has been going to school. For me, trying to support him in his goal has been extremely difficult; however, he has received Priesthood blessings stating the importance his education will have upon him, his family and those around him. Throughout my life Priesthood blessings have sustained me while sick or worried and I cannot deny the very spiritual nature and the power they have. Because of this I know my husband and our family is on the right course in pursuing his education.

How I live my faith

I am a counselor in the Primary organization. Meaning - I'm blessed to be able to teach children from the ages of 3-12 about Christ and his gospel. I work with three other women and a group of teachers to help direct the lessons and activities provided to the children. I also work with the Cub Scout program in the church.