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Hi I'm Michelle

I am a young mother and run a small business with my husband. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a wife and a mother of 3 young children. I stay at home with them and help run a stone masonry business with my husband. I love to try new foods, travel, and learn new things. I love my family and think they are one of my greatest blessings.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because it gives me hope, joy and comfort to know that my Heavenly Father has a plan for me to return to live with him and to be with my family forever one day. I'm not perfect and so I am grateful to know that I have a Savior, Jesus Christ who, made this possible. Being a Mormon, knowing what I know, gives me the answers, peace and courage I need to make it through this life and on to the wonderful life that comes next.

How I live my faith

I help out in the children's program at church. I also visit and serve other women in my congregation. I enjoy entering data online to help further family history work and I support my husband as he takes time to serve others in our congregation and community.

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

Mormon women are women who are striving to be more like our Heavenly Father. We want to be kind, charitable, creative, loving, virtuous, and be examples for good in the world around us. We want to improve ourselves and help others. Mormons do believe in the equality of men and women, but I think it is different than how most people think of equality between the two. As a Mormon, I feel that men and women are of equal worth in the site of God and in the world we live in. You can't get along without either gender and each gender has a special role to play. We have different roles to play but we also work together to make things work as they should. Men and women were created equally important but were designed to fulfill different roles. Show more Show less