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Hi I'm Mishelle

I grew up in Bend, Oregon. I'm a stay-at-home mom who is rarely home. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

 My husband and I are raising 5 kids and we love to play games together and travel. I am involved in Boy Scouts of America and PTA. I'm a college graduate and love to read. I like to run, try new restaurants and be together with family and friends. I am happy with my family and my marriage and try to enjoy each day as it comes.

Why I am a Mormon

 I am a Mormon because I know this church is true. I believe in Jesus Christ and in my Heavenly Father. I have found strength in the teachings of the Book of Mormon and the Bible and happiness in living by the principles that are taught in these books. I am raising my children in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints because I want them to be happy too. Our church teaches that we can be a family for eternity, that we each have a purpose here on earth and that we are sons and daughters of a loving Father in Heaven. I am so grateful to have this knowlege and know that I have found happiness by living my life in the Mormon faith.

How I live my faith

 Living in the world today with so many trials and challenges, I try to live my life by serving those around me each day. I try to be involved in the community to strengthen the families where we live. Befriending those that are lonely, helping those in need, encouraging the children I come in contact with and lending a helping hand are things I try to do to live my faith. My husband and I teach our children about Jesus Christ and how we can follow His example. We have Family Home Evening on Monday night where we strengthen one another and talk about how we can serve our neighbors. We attend church together and read our scriptures to teach them how to find true happiness. I try to live my faith each day by trying to be a good person.