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Hi I'm Lisa

I grew up in a small mining town in Nevada. I'm a busy mother of four. I'm a vounteer at my childrens school. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a Mother of four amazing children. I love to be with them and being a mother. I love being a part of all that my children do, if it's sports, art, choir or having fun. I am married to the sweetest man I know. Together we love working together and making great memories with our children.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon, because I truley believe that this is His true gospel. I know that living the way that I do as a Mormon, is the way to true happiness. I know when I live the gospel and stay close to the Lord, that I will be guided and directed by him in all my choices in life and I have faith that what ever happens will be the way it should be. This brings me such confidence and comfort, that I couldn't imagine living life without it!

How I live my faith

I live my faith by praying to my Heavenly Father and reading my scripture daily. This helps me to be closer to Him and helps me to know how to be more like Him. This helps me live my faith as I go about my day. I find ways to be of service to others in my community, at my childrens schools and in my church groups. I enjoy teaching the 4 year old children in my church every Sunday. Teaching them songs about Jesus, and teaching them how to be like Him is very rewarding and has become one of my favorite things about Sunday. I also live my faith by being a visiting teacher. I know that visiting teaching other sisters in the church is one of the most important things we can do. Serving others is a way we can physically help each other in ways Heavenly Father needs us to. We are instruments in the Lords hands when we serve others. This also creates a bond between us that brings us together and makes us feel like a family.