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Hi I'm Stacey

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a stay at home mom trying my best to help raise two teenagers, a pre-teen, and one kindergartner. I have always wanted to be a mom. It was very hard to have children, so once they came I gave up my job to totally enjoy the adventure. Being a stay at home mom has definatley helped me fine tune my skills in debate, cooking, cleaning, nursing, teaching, accounting, and driving.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised a Mormon. It wasn't until I left home and on my own that I realized how much I appreciated the gospel I was taught and lived. I came from a family who taught me strong values and principles to live by. I was taught to pray, trust, and have faith in a loving Heavenly Father and Savior Jesus Christ. This definitely got me through my teenage years and tough times as a young adult. It wasn't until I became a parent myself that I realized how being a Mormon has helped me become the person I am today. Having a knowledge of why I'm here, knowing I'm not alone, relying on prayer, faith, hope, and trust in a Heavenly Father and Savior has helped me in life's up's and down's and how to raise my family. One thing I am truly thankful for is the power I have found in prayer and reading my scriptures. I know that there is definately a higher power that comes and guides me as I pray and read. I'm thankful for my Savior! I know no matter what is thrown at me in this life, as long as I have the Savior by my side, I can make it through anything. It is through and by him that I have been given peace, comfort, hope, joy, healing, and happiness in this life. I'm truly thankful for a loving Heavenly Father and Savior who are mindful of me and know me personally.

How I live my faith

I currently work with the young women ages 12-18 in our church. I help teach on Sunday's and plan activities once a week for them to do. I love this age group! They are all very unique, trying to learn who they are and what they want to become. I love helping them develop life skills, their talents, making friends, and learning the importance of Faith, Divine Nature, Individual Worth, Knowledge, Choice & Accountability, Good Works, Integrity, and Virtue. Having teenagers myself, I appreciate the "village", to work with the family, to raise a child and weather the storms of life.