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Hi I'm Caye

I'm a wife, mom and Oma. I'm a people lover, wishing traveler, garden grower, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a lover of people. Everyone has a life story and I want to hear it! I cheer for the underdog and have a soft spot for people that need a little extra help in life. I love, appreciate and am grateful for diversity and culture - traveling the world to experience it up close would be my dream. I try to make a difference by serving, and have learned how easy it is to love those you serve. I love planting flowers and trying to raise a productive garden. I enjoy watching college sports with my husband. I like history, especially documenting the history of my family. My family is at the center of my joy and I like to make things for them and plan activities for us to do together. Right now I spend time serving the young single adults in my area and that service has blessed my life, forever.

Why I am a Mormon

I am grateful to be a Mormon. I believe that Heavenly Father has specifically guided my life so that I can be a member of His church. After my Father died when I was six months old, my Mother remarried into a Mormon family. Although my Mother did not join the church, and my new Father was not active, they chose to have us participate in the Mormon church. I will be forever grateful. At church I made great friends and had great leaders that helped me to develop my testimony of the gospel. I count my childhood friends, and their families, as one of my greatest blessings in my life. I have always felt that I was given the gift of faith and I do have faith in my Heavenly Father and his his son, my Savior, Jesus Christ. I know that they live and I know that they have prepared a way for me to live eternally with my family. I believe and trust in the words of the ancient and modern day prophets, as well as the scriptures and they give me guidance to live my life. Being a Mormon, I have learned to live my life with hope, trusting in God's promises and being able to keep an eternal perspective.

How I live my faith

I think that I live my faith best by being an example, in word and deed, of one who strives to keep the commandments of God and follows the teachings of Jesus Christ. My husband and I have had the opportunity for the last five years to serve among the young single adults, ages 18-30 in our area. Most are college students and are not living at home. We have weekly church services where we learn and study the gospel together, we have regular monday night activities that allow us to better ourselves and get to know one another, we serve each other and our community with the many helping hands and loving hearts that are within our congregation. I love my calling to serve; in my hope to bless the lives of others through my example I always try a little harder to be a little better. I love my calling to serve; because it allows me to love to serve and serve to love, everyday. I love my calling to serve and I believe that when I am in the service of my fellow being I truly am, in the service of my God.

How can I know Mormonism is true?

Caye
I believe that anyone that has a sincere desire to know if Mormonism is true can have that question answered. Our Heavenly Father wants us to pray to Him and wants to answer us. When we pray with a sincere heart, take time to study the scriptures and have a better understanding of His word, and live our lives in accordance to His commandments, He WILL answer us and we will be prepared to hear, know and recognize that answer when it comes. Show more Show less