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Hi I'm Rachel

I grew up in California. I'm a stay-at-home mom. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a wife and a mother. These are the two most important things to me. I'm blessed to have a husband who works hard for our family so that I can stay at home with our two baby girls. I grew up in Southern California. My parents raised me in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. They took me to church and taught me to pray. They taught me to love and help others and to work hard. Now that I have my own children I am working to help them know that I love them and that Heavenly Father knows and loves them. We read scriptures, pray, sing songs and spend time together as a family. The home is such an important place!

Why I am a Mormon

I know that Jesus Christ lives and loves us. He has blessed us with his restored gospel. Heavenly Father listens to our prayers. We are important to him. He answers us and wants us to be happy and successful. In Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints we are blessed to have prophets called of God who guide the Church. One thing I love about being a Mormon is that we are taught to live clean and productive lives. We know that we are here on earth to learn to become like Heavenly Father--to obey his commandments so that we can live with Him again after this life. I want to help others be happy!

How I live my faith

I teach the gospel to my children. I attend my church meetings. I study the scriptures with my husband. I know that God lives and loves us.

Who are the Mormons?

Rachel
Mormons are people who believe in Jesus Christ. They believe that his church has been restored to the earth and that we have prophets and apostles called of God just like in ancient times. There are Mormons throughout the world. They believe in the Bible and the Book of Mormon. Visitors are welcome at their church meetings. Show more Show less