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Hi I'm Cassie

My name is Cassie. I am married, a full time student of cosmetology, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a newly-licensed cosmetologist, but busy working as a full-time housewife. I am married to an amazing man who is a full-time student. I love finding new craft ideas, no-sew clothing transformation projects, and I'm a big time Facebooker. I have a lot of interests and love trying new things. My name is Cassie. I'm adventurous. I'm a homemaker. And I'm a Mormon.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised with a knowledge of the gospel and have never doubted, but gained a true, firm testimony when I was 16. After reading the Book of Mormon and praying about it I knew I could never deny it. I love that I have answers to the questions that too many people wonder about, and that I can be with my family for eternity.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by keeping the commandments and my covenants that I have made with my Heavenly Father. I serve my ward as a teacher in the Relief Society and as a ward historian with my husband. I volunteer when I see an opportunity because I have been on the receiving end and hope to be able to bless someone's life the way that I have been blessed.

What does Mormonism teach regarding baptism?

In the bible, when Christ was baptized, it was by immersion and the proper authority. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints teaches that same thing. Following baptism, the Holy Ghost descended on Christ, and that is the way we know it still should be. Baptism is incomplete without afterwards receiving the Gift of the Holy Ghost through the priesthood. We believe that receiving that gift is so precious because we have the constant companionship of the Spirit to lead, protect, and teach us. By being baptized, we are being cleansed of our sins and being reborn. It gives us the chance to become clean and commit to our Heavenly Father. Show more Show less