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Hi I'm Nicole

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up all over the country and I loved getting to know so many different people and cultures. I got a degree in Illustration, then later an MBA, and am currently working in Marketing (Brand Management). I love being creative, running, the mountains, and anything outside. I'm always reading and love learning new things.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a mormon because I know in my head and in my heart that the doctrine of this religion is truth. Pure, unaltered truth. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has the restored doctrine that Christ taught, and in it I have found the integrity and transparency of a doctrine that is unafraid of societal trends or the whims of the day. This religion is indeed founded upon the rock of our Savior; it will not be moved and it's standards will not change. You cannot vote on truth; you cannot bend truth to appease the masses. I believe I should be able to ask why, and then why again, and again, and know that there is an answer. An answer of truth and certainty, and I know with certainty that the mormon faith is right, it is true, and I am so grateful to have found it.

How I live my faith

I work with the teenage girls and love being a part of those delicate, formative years. Girls are faced with such daunting challenges and I am honored to teach these beautiful young women values such as faith, service, integrity, chastity, virtue, education, and self-worth. I hope I can help them become women of strength and purpose that can face the world with joy and hope. We have activities each Wednesday night that focus on a particular skill, talent, or characteristic and I love watching these young girls discover who they are and what they are capable of. I feel hope knowing that they are the women of the future, full of confidence, self-respect, and courage, and that they can face the ever degenerating morals of this world and be bold enough to stand for truth, righteousness, and virtue.