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Hi I'm Lisa

I am a Wife, a Mom, a Make-up Artist and I am a Mormon!

About Me

Oh, geez... About me. Well, I am a true Georgia Peach without an accent ya'll. Haha... I am extremely tight with my family. 3 brothers and a sister. And a proud Aunt to lots of nieces and nephews. So fun! I also have a beautiful son, that is hands down the funniest, dragon obsessed kid... ever! Ask anyone! ;) And I have a fabulous husband, who I've known since I was 17. But, was not your typical Mormon and got married right away. I went to college. Had a job and then re-connected after 4 years and got married at 24. Anyway, love my family. Love to work out. I do professional hair and make-up for weddings, photo shoots, etc... So much fun.

Why I am a Mormon

Wow... This is a good question. One that I have questioned throughout my life. And the answer is... is that I believe in The Book of Mormon. I believe that Joseph Smith was a true prophet and that we still need a prophet (that we have) on the Earth still today. I believe in Jesus Christ and that he is my Lord and Savior. I feel blessed to have been born into this gospel. And so happy that my husband (a very analytical attorney) accepted the gospel, as well. Even though it took him six months... lol! I seriously cannot imagine my life without the gospel in it. :)

How I live my faith

First off, no one is perfect. That being said, I strive to be an example to my peers, my family, and to perfect strangers. I try the best I can in all ways possible. I feel good, doing good. It is not a hard way to live when you do what you are supposed to...

Can a husband and wife be together forever? Do Mormons believe that families will live together in heaven?

I love this about our church and doctrine. I can't even possibly imagine that our Heavenly Father would be like, "Hey, you get your family for a lil' bit of time on Earth and never again." Really... I think not! I lost a child three days before delivery. And I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that I will see him again. Not only do the scriptures talk about it. But, I had a spiritual experience(too personal to describe) in the hospital that reaffirmed what I already knew. And I am so thankful for that experience. It was the hardest trial I have ever gone through, but would go through it again. Show more Show less