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Hi I'm Tabatha

I'm a student, future substance abuse counselor, photographer, humanitarian, mother of three, a wife and a Mormon.

About Me

I have often wondered who best fits the description of a proper "Mormon Woman". What I have come to find out is that we are all very different in a wonderful way. I'm a full time student, a working mother of three, a wife, a photograher & a humanitarian. I love being my children's number one fan at their sporting events & helping them learn how to operate a successful lemonade stand in the summer. I also love working; helping youth & others in need. I feel that God has given me a variety of talents that he intended me to fully utilize. As a student at the University of Utah; I am gaining an education in the field of Substance Abuse Counseling & I am excited to be able to be an instrument of help for those who struggle with addiction. Last year I had the opportunity to travel to India where I assisted in a humanitarian project that I can only describe as life-changing; I left a piece of my heart in India and I am looking forward to more opportunities to give service there. Sometimes as mothers and wives we are made to feel that we have to fit a certain mold, or define ourselves as "stay-at-home-mom" or "working-mom"; we forget that we are Daughter's of God who are capable of being wonderful mothers, wives, sisters, teachers, doctors & what ever else we desire to be. I hope that my children will not only have a loving, supportive mother in me; but also see a Daughter of God who tries to utilize talents & education helping others & doing good in the world.

Why I am a Mormon

It really all does come down to family. For me, finding a faith that was Christ and Family centered just made sense. Though I had a basic history of Jesus Christ; I didn't fully comprehend how to apply that knowledge to my daily life. Learning more about God's plan was like finding the last missing puzzle piece.

How I live my faith

I am currently teaching the youth each Sunday; but I must say there are times they are truly teaching me. I love working with youth. Having church callings requires a careful balance. Most would agree that it is a good kind of busy and there are plenty of wonderful ward members who are willing to help out when needed.

What is the role of the husband and the wife in the family?

Tabatha
Husbands and wives are individuals, with different talents and strengths. Every family situation is different and may require a husband and wife to share in many responsibilities. In the end, it is all about strengthening the family by supporting each other and treating each other with love and respect. Show more Show less

What do Mormons believe about the Bible? Do they regard it as Holy Scripture and the word of God?

Tabatha
Yes! We absolutely do believe in the Bible. The teachings of Jesus Christ and ancient Apostles are very important to us and incorporated in to our Sunday lessons. The Book of Mormon is an extension of these original scriptures which offers further knowledge of God's plan for us. Show more Show less

What is the Mormon lifestyle like? How do Mormons live?

Tabatha
Mormon families are very individual in their lifestyles. We are teachers, coaches, atheletes, counselors and moms and dads. Some of us have a two-parent home, others have blended family situations or single-parent homes. Some families enjoy the outdoors and others like attending sporting events. No two families are alike. Show more Show less