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Hi I'm Faith

I'm living my dream as a wife and mother. I'm a DIY crafter, a blogger and a lover of all things fun and beautiful. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love staying at home with my son. I love my HUBBY! I love to write and create. I scrapbook and keep a journal. Baking and cooking are therapeutic to me. I enjoy nature and walking my dog. My family is the most important thing to me. I love American History, WWII and Family History to learn from the past. What?! What?! I love meanings of names since mine is special. I blog about crafts, movies, and make-up. I love people and life and have amazing friends. I love hanging out. I'm the mom of my group and my house is an open door filled with love!

Why I am a Mormon

I was lucky to be born into the church. I knew that the church was true when I was 12 and I saw my sister make choices that affected her life negatively. I saw the love my Savior had for me through trial after trial and I continue to see Him everywhere in my life. Happiness is a choose and this is why I'm Mormon. I am so grateful my parents never forced me into baptism or seminary or church callings. I always had the freedom to choose. I go to church for myself. I go to the Temple for my family and for me.

How I live my faith

I once told a friend that my religion is my life. It's true. I live my faith everyday. I love to do "mormon" things like Family Home Evening and family prayer. General Conference and Sacrament meetings are my fuel. I love my calling in Primary and the opportunities I have had to serve in the church. I love Visiting Teaching the fellow sisters in my ward and being home taught by the brethren. It's the little things that make me love this gospel. I sometimes forget the little things but reading my scriptures and praying are what make my life complete. I love that I do things for and with the church for others because I need it in my life.

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

My sister in law who is a convert to the church said Mormon women are treated like Queens in the church and she didn't understand how that came about. I think it's about how we understand the nature of our roles and how Jesus Christ would have us treat one another. My husband and I discuss our roles frequently and I love that we always agree on being equal partners. We are equal but individual. I have my roles and he has his. The greatest part is that we also help each other in those roles. I can't be a successful mother with out him as the father and vis versa. Show more Show less