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Hi I'm Tiffany Quinlan

I'm a daughter, I'm a sister, a student, a returned missionary, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the third oldest of eight children. Our family moves an average every two years. I just finished my associates in General Studies. I love hobbies. Some of my favorites are soccer, tennis, swimming, scuba diving, rock climbing, archery,hockey, snowboarding drawing, cooking, practicing piano, playing board and card games with my family. I served a mission in Ukraine Donetsk Mission. I hope to learn to surf this summer!!

Why I am a Mormon

I am blessed to have parents that I have taught me the Gospel as I've grown up. I can remember reading the scriptures together as a family and learning to pray when I was young. As I learned principles and doctrines my dad would encourage me to "inquire of the Lord”. I God answers my prayers. I am a Mormon becsue I know that the Gospel of Christ has been restored and is found today in Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints. I'm a Mormon because it makes me happy.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to be the person that my parents raised me to be. Family is super important to me and I think that it is in our family relationships that we can best apply the gospel and understand God's plan for us.

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

Tiffany Quinlan
If you look at my family, I would say that Mormons live pretty normal lives. We love food, get in fights with brothers and sisters, go to school, try to get good grades, go to work, we try to be nice when dinner gets burned, or when someone is took forever in the bathroom. We go to football games and high school plays. Sometimes we don't make it to Josh's soccer game, or Kristin's dance performance, but then we get to see it in the living room anyway. We make extra banana bread becasue dad wants to give it to soembody in the ward. We celebrate birthdays, when we remember. We write notes to let each other know we care. I think, what really strengthens my family is the Gospel. We read scriptures in the morning, we have FHE every Monday, we got to Church and participate in activities. We pray for each other, forgive each other, and encourage each other with our goals. We live after the manner of happiness. We make mistakes, bunche's of 'em, but we strive for excelence. Show more Show less