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Hi I'm Heather

I am a hairstylist and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mom to 4 little girls a hairstylist with a salon in my home. I am grateful to my Heavenly Father for my talent of doing hair so I can stay home with my children and help my husband in supporting our family.

Why I am a Mormon

I feel blessed to have been raised in the LDS church. My parents were both active memebers and both of them come from active member families. You would think it would be easy to be a mormon with all of that support and influence around me but I too had to be converted to my faith just like anyone else. Even though I grew up learning about the teachings of Jesus Christ in church every week I had to live my life in a way that reflected those teachings so that the spirit could be with me at all times which allowed me to receive a witness of the truths I was learning. I know that Christ lived on the earch, I know he died so that I could have the opportunity to live with him again after my trial on earth. I know that he brought forth his church in the latter days through a young man named Joseph Smith. I know that the Book of Mormon was translated by Jospeh Smith through God so that we could have the history of ancient prophets who bore record of the teachings I need to learn today so that I can get through this earthly life with happiness and a sense of peace through all my trials.

How I live my faith

I have the privilage of teaching children age 5 turning 6 the teachings of Jesus Christ and his restored gospel. I help plan social activities within my ward to help everyone get to know one another so they feel comfortable and gain a support system if they are ever in need. These activities are so simple, park days once a week, craft nights, babysitting swaps, girls night out etc..these may not seem like opportunities to learn the gospel but they give opportunities for members to feel welcome and a part of something good and wholesome.