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Hi I'm Tiffany

I'm a single mom. I'm an aspiring high school history teacher. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a single mother of 2 beautiful girls. I just finished my Bachelor's degree in History, and I am looking forward to a long and fulfilling career teaching high school. I love being outside: hiking, camping, or just playing with my girls at the park. I like to stay busy and active. I fill my days with work, household projects, chores, and always manage to find time to play and have some fun.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents are Mormons. My grandparents are Mormons. But I am a Mormon because of the miracles I've experienced in my life. No one I know has been raised from the dead, and I've never seen water turned to wine, nothing as grandiose as that. But even so, I have experienced countless miracles in my life and every one of them has been quietly spectacular in my eyes. Each of these precious experiences have one common thread: righteous servants of the Lord who have ministered to me through the power of His holy priesthood. I'm a Mormon because I know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the church of God on the earth today. Our prophets, leaders, and members, still receive revelation because our Father in Heaven would not leave us to struggle through this life on our own. There is no doubt in my mind that God's power is here on the earth today, and that His servants minister in His name and by His power. I know that Joseph Smith was a prophet of God, that he restored God's church to the earth, and that through revelation the Book of Mormon was translated by him. The living prophet on the earth today is Thomas S. Monson. I know this for myself because of the personal revelation that I received by the power of the Holy Spirit. This is my testament, and the firm foundation on which I build my life.

How I live my faith

I live my faith daily. Or rather, my faith is so intertwined with my being that there is no separating it from my daily life. I live with a constant prayer in my heart, and a desire to do His will unceasingly. As I live this way, I have found that the Lord has much work that He needs done if we are but willing to always be on His errand. I live my life in service to others and with constant gratitude. I am not perfect. I have been ungrateful, and have missed amazing opportunities. I am always striving to better myself and to draw closer to the Lord, so that He can direct my path. I participate in my ward as much as possible. I have organized events for the youth and the women: opportunities to serve those in our community, and nights designed to teach new skills. I have taught children's classes and young adult classes. I have enjoyed every minute that I have spent in service to those around me.