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Hi I'm HoneyLyn

I have lived in Arizona for most of my life. I have 8 beautiful children and a wonderful husband who loves me. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have been married to my husband for 21 years. We have 8 children. Family is very important to me. After I graduated from High School I attended college and earned a two year degree in marriage and family relations. I love my current fulltime job of wife and mother. It is very rewarding for me.

Why I am a Mormon

I was blessed to be born into a wonderful family that took me to church every week. My Mother has been a Mormon all her life but my Father joined the church when he was a teenager. My parents taught me to pray and love the Lord. When I was in High School I chose to attend a class called Seminary. It ended up being my favorite class for those four years of High School. When I was a freshman I took the challenge in the book of Moroni, the last book in the Book of Mormon. I read the whole Book of Mormon (many times) and decided to pray to my Heavenly Father and ask if what I had read was true. I received an answer that was so powerful that I couldn't deny its truthfulness. My testimony has grown so much since then.

How I live my faith

I have taken an active part in the church since I was a young child. I attended weekly and was willing to help my leaders when they needed my help. As an adult I have had different opportunities to work with the children. It is very rewarding to watch young children share their testimonies as they receive them. The children are our future. It is very exciting to watch them gain a desire to have a testimony of their own. Right now I have the opportunity to work with the women in our Ward. It is fun to meet people as they move into our neighborhood. We serve each other in many different ways. My favorite way to serve is to visit the sisters I am assigned to visit each month. This is called Visiting Teaching. It is a fun way to meet and learn about the ladies in our Ward. It is also a great way to teach each other about the gospel. I love serving in my Ward.