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Hi I'm Jane

I'm a happy stay at home Mom to three boys, and love my husband and family. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love being able to stay at home with my boys. We have fun playing, singing, and learning together. In my free time I love to read and write, spending time outdoors, and hanging out with my husband. I love to sing, and have enjoyed singing in many choirs through my life.

Why I am a Mormon

There is no other church that so fully aligns itself with my personal beliefs on how we should treat other people, and how we should treat our own bodies. I grew up in a wonderful and large family (I have six brothers and no sisters), and have learned from personal experience the joy and happiness that can come from living the values that our church teaches and helps others live. I love the simplicity and beauty of our doctrine, and have found that it stems from our natural and very real experiences. I love that in our church we are able to learn "line upon line-- precept upon precept." There is room in our faith for doubt, and for mystery. One can still believe that the Church that was on the earth when Christ was here, has been restored to the earth, and still have their whole life to learn and grow in understanding. I love that Christ is central to our teaching, and that we believe in a God who is loving, forgiving, and knows us on a very personal level. I have felt His love. I have felt His forgiveness and guidance in my life-- and I am so grateful to Him for my life, His love, and my eternal family.

How I live my faith

My husband and I are active in our church. I help others with their visiting teaching, and enjoy finding ways to meet new people, and help out if I'm needed. In our ward, there are a lot of activities for young children, and my young boys really love playing with the other children in our ward.