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Hi I'm Eben

I'm a wife. I'm a mom. I'm pretty Average, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a 26 year old mother of two, soon to be three. I love learning and have always been an overachiever when it comes to my studies. I also love theater and hope to get back into acting, maybe some community theater, when my life is a little less full. I enjoy being a mother and watching my babies learn and grow and take everything in, like little sponges. It"s so awesome. I'm married to my high school dream boy, whom I always liked and finally got, after many many long years That's how it felt anyway I love life and look forward to the many exciting possibilities of the future. 

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because it makes me happy. I love to learn truth, no matter where it's found. I've always been excited by learning as it opens new doors in my mind and the way I see things. The Gospel is the most complete truth I've found. There is always more to be discovered, it's just waiting for me to have a question and search out an answer. I love the Gospel of Jesus Christ because it feel right. When I'm living according to my beliefs and the teachings of Jesus Christ, I feel peace. I feel God's love, personally. I'm a Mormon because I've asked my Father in Heaven if this is His church, and I've felt that his answer is Yes. I've had countless confirmations, again and again throughout my life that make the truth of this church undeniable. I know in my heart and mind that I am where the Lord wants me to be, and that is enough for me. 

How I live my faith

My faith is part of my entire life. It is what drives me to improve myself everyday. It directs the way I speak to others, the way I raise and teach my children, and what I do with my free time. It motivates me to be a better person. My faith gives me desire and opportunity to help those in need, visit the elderly, and give unselfish service. It has given me opportunity to teach sunday school to small children, get to know and love the teenage youth, and share my beliefs with thousands of people from other countries, cultures, and faiths.