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Hi I'm Stephanie

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am 24 years old, a wife and a mother. I received my Bachelors in Communications. I am now a proud stay-at-home mom to a beautiful baby boy. Family is the most important thing to me. I lost my Dad in 2005 and since then, our family has become so much closer than ever before. I believe it is because of our belief in eternal families. I know I will see my Dad again and if I live worthily, I will be sealed to my family forever. I strive to create my own family similar to the one I was raised in. Even though motherhood can test your patience, it is truly the best thing that has ever happened to me. I strive to be the best mother to my son and best wife to my husband. True happiness is found in the divine institution of the Family.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the Mormon faith and now that I have left the nest, I have had to evaluate if I really believed what my parents taught me all growing up. I now have an independent testimony of eternal families, modern day prophets, tithing and many more. I am a Mormon because I love being a member of His church. I feel so much peace when I live by it's teachings and I know it's the most correct church on the earth. Why not be a Mormon :)

How I live my faith

I participate in my church by teaching the 7 and 8 year olds the gospel of Jesus Christ every Sunday. They are so adorable in their answers to my questions and they really know what the gospel is all about at such a young age. It's so fun to help educate them more every Sunday. I visit sisters in my church on a monthly basis with a companion and make sure my assigned girls to "visit" are doing well. This is an amazing program to ensure that nobody is left behind and that the individual gets the help they need when they need it. Not living near family, it's comforting to know that your church is your family, as a Mormon.