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Hi I'm Tausha

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother of 5 amazing kids, and a wife to a even more amazing man. I get to stay home and I try to work really hard at taking care of my family. I love to play volleyball, crochet and my favorite hobby is sleeping...which I never get enough of it =)

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised as a Mormon by great parents, but I am a Mormon and choose to raise my kids as Mormons because I KNOW that this is the true church. I have learned for my self that it is true and that I am truly happy when I am living the principles the church teaches.

How I live my faith

Living my faith is not always easy, but it is ALWAYS worth it and I am happier when I do. I try very hard to wake up every morning with a purpose, with a prayer and some scripture study. If I do this I find it easier to have patience with my family and keep a better prospective as I go through the day. I try to live my faith by going to church every Sunday. Getting 5 kids ready in the morning and helping them look their best and stay on their best behavior is not always easy and most of the time is very comical, but we do our best. I try to look for people who need my help, and try to be a good friend. I try to live each day so that when I am lying in bed at night, pondering my day, I have no regrets.

Why don’t Mormons drink coffee, tea, or alcohol? What is the Mormon Church’s law of health and proper diet?

Tausha
Drinks that are addicting take our freedom away. When we rely on these substances to get us through the day, or give us energy or make us happy we become their slaves. Show more Show less

Why are Mormons asked to donate 10% of their income to their Church?

Tausha
Everything we have comes from our Heavenly Father. We can show our love and appreciation to Him by giving back to him, through tithing. The 10% we give shows our Father in Heaven that we are grateful and recognize his hand in our lives. Show more Show less