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Hi I'm Tiffany

I am a stay at home mom. I sing with my sisters. I'm a Mormon

About Me

 I am a young mother living in the United States. I finished my Master in Science degree and am currently a stay-at-home mom. I love my family and the opportunity to be a mother. I enjoy music, plays, dancing, and being in nature.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in the church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day-Saints. I somehow knew from a small child that this was the true church of Christ on the earth today. My testimony grew and was strengthened as I became an adult through many different personal experiences and witnesses of the truth. I feel that my testimony has carried me through many difficult times in my life giving me peace and comfort as well as guidance and direction. I am so thankful to know that I have a Father in Heaven that loves me and is deeply concerned about me and what happens in my life. I am so thankful to know that I have a Savior that has provided a way that I can be forgiven and overcome my sins and weaknesses. I know these things are true and it has given me so much joy, hope, and peace in my life.

How I live my faith

 I work with the Young Women in my ward particularly those between the ages of 12-14. I have enjoyed teaching them the gospel and helping to organize activities for them where they learn life skills like cooking, sewing, etc. as well as how to serve others and build their relationship with God. I have learned so much from my opportunities to serve these beautiful young women. Their testimonies and goodness give me hope for the future.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

Tiffany
 Mormons are encouraged to help people of all faiths not just those of their own religion. Humanitarian aid has and is given in many parts of the world regardless of the faith of the recipients. Show more Show less