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Hi I'm Mindy

I am a wife & mother of 3 beautiful children. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've been married for 17 years to a wonderful man who I fell in love with at first sight. I met my spouse shortly after my high school graduation. We were engaged to be married 2 weeks after meeting. I am a mother of 3 amazing children and pregnant with a fourth. My family is my life and my greatest joy!!! As a mother my goal is to raise independent, compassionate, educated children who will grow and mature to become a great contribution to our society and the Mormon Church. I was a stay at home mom for 13 years until my husband and I began to have financial struggles due to the slipping economy. I now juggle family and work full time working for a Private Investigator and Process Serving Company. When I am not working I enjoy baking, Yoga, scrapbooking & attending all my childrens different events.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised Mormon. Growing up I relied on my parent's faith, I have gained a testimony for myself of the truthfulness of the gospel. This did not happen over night. As a youth I tried to do the things my parents continually taught me - read the scriptures, pray, and go to church. As I did these things I felt good inside and knew that what I was doing was right and gained my personal knowledge that this church is true. Even now as an adult I continue to do these things and my testimony continues to grow. It is this testimony that keeps me doing the things I know to be right. It gives me the strength and knowledge I need to teach my children each day.

How I live my faith

I live this gospel by reading the scriptures daily and expressing my grattitude and my needs through prayer to my Father in Heaven. I have such a love for the gospel and enjoy teaching the youth in my area each Sunday. My knowledge continues to grow as I teach the youth and my own family.