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Hi I'm Ginny

I grew up in the Midwest. I enjoy do-it-yourself projects. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a homemaker and mother of two young boys who enjoys beautifying my home, playing video games, and watching period classics. I have worked in an array of jobs including medical billing secretary, a real estate agent, florist, fireworks tent, and media retail. I'm striving to better my physical and spiritual health by getting more physical exercise, eating better, and studying the scriptures.

Why I am a Mormon

I am grateful for my past experiences because they are what give me direction and because of them, I know what I hope to achieve during my life. Those aspirations include creating a loving home for my family, being faithful, working with my spouse to overcome trials, and improving myself. I'm a Mormon because the teachings of Jesus Christ, through his restored church, helps me with all these goals. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was introduced to me when I was a teenager. It came at a time when I wanted to know Jesus Christ. I knew little of the Savior having only attended vacation bible school a few times. I was searching for something more. I immediately felt at home within the church, both physically and spiritually. The restoration of Christ's church just makes sense to me and is a tender mercy from the Lord. One of the things that appeals to me is the focus on the family and the teaching that we are here to strengthen and love one another. I love the doctrine that families are forever. When I think about my husband and children I am glad to know that my relationships with them will continue after this life.

How I live my faith

A blessing of being part of Christ's church is service. I enjoy the opportunities I have in teaching the young women during church on Sunday, preparing meals for families or the missionaries, and visiting teaching other women as assigned.