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Hi I'm Heather

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a stay at home mom with three wonderful children. I like playing with my kids, cooking, quilting, reading, playing the piano and having fun. When my husband and I were married for 9 months we were surprised to find out that we were expecting. We were both full time college students and I just found out that I got accepted into the nursing program. Instead of finishing with my nursing degree, I decided I wanted to stay home and be a full time mom. I have no regrets and love every moment with my children.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know for a surety that it is Jesus Christ true church here on earth today. I know because I gained my own testimony at 15 years old though sincere prayer. I know that my Savior Jesus Christ died for me, and for all of us, and lives again. I know that through his great atonement all things are possible. I know that Joseph Smith was a true prophet of the Lord and that we have a living prophet today who leads the church through revelation. I know that the things I read in the Book of Mormon are true and that they help me everyday in life. The things I read give me inspiration and guidance as a normal person and as a mother. I love knowing who I am and that I have a purpose in life. I love knowing that I can live with my family forever and that life does not end at death. I am so grateful for this knowledge and for the joy the gospel brings into my life as well as my families.

How I live my faith

My family and I attend church every Sunday. I serve in my church with the cub scouts. I meet with them once a week and have cub scout meetings where they learn new things and work on goals and achievements. I also go and visit other woman of my ward(church). We call it visiting teaching, and we are able to be an instrument in the Lords hands by looking after a few of our sisters and their families. I sometimes take meals to those who need help or give service as needed, like watching someone else's kids so they can have a break, or run an errand.