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Hi I'm Tiffany

I love my family. I have a master's degree in early intervention in deaf education. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a stay-at-home mom. I have been married for almost fourteen years to my best friend. I love the pacific northwest! I have lived in a lot of different places but my husband and I chose to raise our children here. We want them to have the best life possible. When my little girls start school I want to go back to work in the deaf education field.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I read the Book of Mormon and it changed my heart. I am a Mormon because the teachings have always guided me to do the right thing for myself and my family. I grew up in a small town and always wanted to see more and accomplish more. The gospel has helped me set goals and accomplish more than I ever dreamed I could. Studying the words of Jesus Christ in the Bible and Book of Mormon have given me a since of peace and well-being that I crave on a daily basis in a world that can be sad and lonely.

How I live my faith

I currently work with the youth in the church I attend. They have so much optimism and love of life. I also have made many friends by participating in the visiting teaching program through my church. I visit three to four woman on a monthly basis to teach a lesson and to make sure that they are doing well. I am involved in my community by serving on my neighborhood association. I want to help keep where I live a pleasant place for my family to come home to.

How can I know Mormonism is true?

Tiffany
In order to know if the church is true it is important to have a relationship with your Heavenly Father first. This is done with daily and sincere prayer. When that is being established start to read the scriptures. You will start to feel peace and guidance that will lead you to the truth. Show more Show less