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Hi I'm Kristina

I am a preschool teacher and mother of 3...4 if you coun't my husband, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love the feeling and sound of laughter. I love to laugh till it brings tears to my eyes. Nothing brings me more joy than hearing my children laugh. I love music. I love to sing, play piano, and dance. I love my husband and enjoy spending time with him. I love chocolate!!! My hobbies include reading, shopping, cooking, watching movies, and dating my husband. 

Why I am a Mormon

 Because I play so many roles, I constantly find myself juggling. Life can be stressful. My faith always leads me back to the things that matter most in this life, my family. I learned as a teenager that God knew who I was. I knew that He knew me personally. I knew that he loved me.I know that God has provided a plan for me to return to live with him someday. I know that my life has a purpose. I know that I am not alone. God has provided a Savior, Jesus Christ, to help me in this life. I'm not prefect. I make mistakes everyday. It is only through Jesus Christ that I can be forgiven for the mistakes I make and that I am able to forgive others for theirs.

How I live my faith

I attend church meetings every sunday with my family. Sundays are spent as a day of rest in our home. We relax and recover from the busy week. We also have a family night once a week. On family night we try to teach our kids a short lesson or discuss ways we can improve our lives. It is usually followed with an activity and treat. We also try to read from the scriptures every night before bed. We are not always perfect in this but we do the very best that we can. We always begin and end our days with family prayer. We thank Heavenly Father for the many blessings He has given us and we ask Him for things that we need. 

How can I know Mormonism is true?

We believe in being proactive in our faith. If you truely have a desire to know if mormomism is true you must ask God. Read the Book of Mormon. Call the missionaries from our church. Attend a sunday meeting and then simply ask God through pray if it is true. I promise you, God will answer your prayer. Show more Show less