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Hi I'm Paula!

I'm a mother of 5, a grandmother, a realtor, a friend . . . and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother of five children, two girls and three boys, and a grandmother to four little girls. I have been single for almost ten years now, so my family is my world. I graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Psychology, which really came in handy when raising my kids. I work as a Realtor now, and love finding just the right home for buyers. I, also, have two little doggies to keep me company. I enjoy sewing, crafting, reading and walking. I love all kinds of music and always have something playing in the background of my home.

Why I am a Mormon

I love the LDS church and have a strong testimony that it is the church meant for me. I believe in the doctrines I am taught there and those doctrines enrich my life. By participating in all the activities this church has to offer, I continually learn truths that help me live a more productive and happy life. I, also, have opportunities to serve others through responsibilities I am given. That helps me feel like I'm living the life my Heavenly Father wants me to live. There is so much "goodness" in the LDS church and I am so grateful to be part of it.

How I live my faith

I love having the opportunity to serve in responsibilities I have in the LDS church. Currently, I help organize learning activities for the women in my congregation - encouraging them to improve their talents and meet their own personal goals. I seek opportunities to serve my community and the world by traveling to Zambia to work with Mothers Without Borders and the children in their care. On a personal level, I read scriptures often and pray for guidance every day. I seek to live a life worthy of inspiration to meet the challenges I will have.

How can I know Mormonism is true?

To know Mormonism is true requires you to study the principles of the church for yourself, ponder them, and then pray about them. Ask in prayer if what you are studying is true and then wait for Heavenly Father to answer that prayer. Feelings of peace and happiness will come to you as you continue to sincerely study and pray, and you will know what I know and love. Show more Show less