What Is a Church Community?
Loading.....

The video player could not be built.

Do you want to chat with a missionary?

We are happy to answer any questions you may have. Start a chat or call us at 1-888-537-6600.

Hi I'm Kristi

I'm an insurance agent, a mom, a wife and a Mormon.

About Me

I am a working mom. I am an insurance and financial services professional. I have two beautiful children, 10 and 7, and have always been the primary breadwinner while their father is the primary caregiver. I feel like my life has always been the opposite of most moms, but I have been blessed tremendously. I love my career which provides my family with the income we need to live and the flexibility we need to play. I love my husband for being willing to stay home while I worked. And I love my kids for being the reason I do what I do.

Why I am a Mormon

Simply because I know it's true. I have always know the Church was true. Even in my younger years, when I wasn't living the principles I had been taught, I knew I would eventually come back to the gospel because it was what made me happy. I find great purpose and joy in living the gospel and in serving others. Being a Mormon gives me a sense of direction and brings meaning to my life when I become discouraged and frightened by the ugliness of the world around me.

How I live my faith

The older I become, the more black and white things seems to become for me. I have a very strong and clear opinion of right and wrong and I use this everyday in my work as I deal with people's assets and financial plans. Outside of work, I spend quite a bit of time serving in the women's organization in the Church, which means I visit a lot of neighbors and make sure they are healthy and happy mentally, spiritually and financially. My family lives the gospel in all that we do, from the way we dress, to what we eat and what we say, to how we spend our money and time. All of our actions are based on principles taught in the gospel. Being a Mormon is a lifestyle, not a Sunday event. We say family prayers every night, read scriptures almost every night, have a family night once a week and attend Church every week. During the week we usually have one or two nights that we are visiting other members of the Church and checking on their needs. We stay pretty busy but it's worth it.