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Hi I'm Angela

I am a wife, mother, educator, musician, and volunteer and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a wife and a mother of 3 beautiful daughters. I am an educator and I love music. Prior to having children I taught music in the schools. Now that my children are in school all day I have returned to teaching as a substitute teacher. I am also heavily involved in the parent/teacher organization at school. I love to serve others in my community. I also love singing with my children, listening to them practice their instruments, and helping them in their studies. Our family enjoys having dinner together, watching movies, playing games, and going on family vacations.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a Mormon, or member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, since I was born. My parents raised me according to the teachings of the church and I am thankful for that. I have stayed a Mormon because I have studied its teachings for myself and come to know, through many experiences, that the Church’s teachings are true and that I want to raise my children according to its teachings. I know this is the restored church of Jesus Christ and following its teachings brings me peace. I know my Heavenly Father has a plan for me and that if I follow that plan I will be able to return to Him.

How I live my faith

I live my Faith by study the teachings of my Saviour, Jesus Christ, as contained in the scriptures and then trying to live them each day. I also participate actively in the church. I currently work with the young women at church and enjoy teaching them about the Savior and His Gospel. I love seeing their exuberance and excitement for life. I try to be kind to others, to be patient and loving, and to be obedient to the commandments of God. I try to see others as God does and to treat everyone like a child of God for that is what we all are. I know sometimes I fall short, but every day I try to do a little better than the day before. Improvement is the key!