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Hi I'm Naomi Sauble

I sew. I rock climb. I love life. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love hiking and rock climbing. I've recently taken up sewing as a hobby. I'm a college graduate with a credential to teach multiple subjects. Laughter is my defense against negativity and gloom. I'm a country girl who doesn't belong in big cities, but rather prefers to explore the beauty of nature.

Why I am a Mormon

I've been a Mormon my whole life, but I choose to continue to live the Gospel because I know its true. I have received and continue to receive confirmation that the Gospel is true as I live it day to day. The gospel has shaped me into who I am and creates a lasting happiness that fills my life day in and day out. I love my Savior Jesus Christ and seek to always live in such a manner that is pleasing to Him. When I am faced with troubles and stresses, I turn to my Father in Heaven in prayer and He always hears and answers my prayers. Prayer has continued to be a blessing in my life and I feel closest to my Father in Heaven and my Savior when I pray. They are my strength and my beacon of light in my life.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by the way I treat other people. I strive to be kind and inviting. I help out in my congregation by planning activities specifically for the young women in our congregation and any other women in the community who are interested in joining our activities. The activities are fun and help provide more opportunities to get to know each other, build better friendships and unity as well as enjoy wholesome recreational activities with those of our faith and those not of our faith. I love planning and providing activities that encourages and uplifts others. I enjoy participating in service projects in the community when opportunities arise. Most of all, I love meeting new people regardless of faith, ethnicity or background. I find that as I try to learn to understand and love others that I begin to understand more fully how much the Lord loves me and all His children who are spread throughout the world.