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Hi I'm Debbie

I'm a Wife and Mother. I'm certified to work at cell phone towers. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I met my husband at a church singles activity and got married at the ripe old age of 21. We traveled the United States doing contract work until we had our daughter. I read all of the time! I love to scrapbook and ride 4-wheelers, and everything in between. I live in the same area I grew up in because I always want to be close to my family.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised LDS and the church has always been part of my life. At the age of 17 I decided, with all the years of my wisdome, that church wasn't something I needed. I had a few struggles, but mostly I felt that something was missing. An essential key to my happiness was gone. As I puzzled over what had changed in my life, the conclusion I came to was that I was not close with my Heavenly father anymore. A friend of mine invited me to some young singles activities and to go to church with her. I went back and it felt so wonderful to not only be in church on Sunday for worship, but to pray to my Heavenly Father and feel his love again. Every Sunday as I attends worship services I am thankful for my relationship with my Heavenly Father.

How I live my faith

I recently had the oppertunity to attend Church Girls Camp, for ages 12-16. I was in charge of 11 girls, camping in the wilderness for a week. We had so much fun! It truely was an honor to be there with them and the other wonderful leaders that were there. Monthly I go visiting teaching with my partner to different members homes, this is a great way to really get to know other women in my ward. I feel I have made some wonderful and lasting friendships that I truely cherish.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

No way! We believe in true Charity and everlasting love. I was taught from the time that I was little that if someone is in need that I should help them, no matter what. I came to understand that this is not always a monetary matter and help comes in a variety of means. I am proud to belong to a church that was one of the first responders to the disaster in Haiti and that teaches it's members that we should always live by the golden rule. Show more Show less