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Hi I'm Lisa

I just graduated with my bachelor's in HealthCare Administration. I have also have a 5 month old daughter and a loving husband.

About Me

I grew up in Las Vegas, NV and as a member of the LDS church. I went to college at BYU-Hawaii and earned my Bachelor's in Health Care Administration at University of Nevada, Las Vegas this summer. I have a loving husband and an adorable 5 month old daughter. I am blessed to be a stay at home mom. I love music, dancing and playing the piano. I have recently learned how to play the organ and am now the ward organist.

Why I am a Mormon

At first I went to church simply because my parents made me growing up. There came a point in my life when I had to decide for myself how I wanted to live my life. I had extended family members who were not LDS and clearly lived their lives in a way to please only themselves. By having them contrasted to other family who adhered to the commandments and loved the gospel it was clear to my how important it was to be a true member to this church. There have been many trials in my life but each one has made me, and my family, stronger and more united. Even when hard times come about, it's imperative to keep his commandments; by doing so, you will be blessed. That is how I am able to live my life. I can have confidence in living a righteous life and knowing He will take of me.

How I live my faith

I currently hold two callings in the church: ward organist and ward missionary. I love playing the organ every other Sunday for the Sacrament meeting. When I was originally given this calling a year ago I laughed and explained to the bishop that I only play the piano, not the organ. He reassured me they were inspired to call me to this position and will give me a couple months to learn and become comfortable playing the organ before accompanying the congregation for church. Needless to say I was able to do so and I love it! I also meet with the full-time missionaries and a few other people in my ward to discuss ways to reach out to new members.