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Hi I'm Debbie Wescott

I am a mom and entrepreneur! I am passionate about helping others find true wellness , mind , body and spirit, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have been married for almost 26 yrs and it's a lot of fun but also a lot of work.. but well worth it! I have four children 3 are grown and one still in high school. I love home decorating, dancing, reading and learning new things about how to become true to who I am. I am passionate about Essential oils and the message they have to share with the world; God Loves us and provides all we need for complete wellness.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church and was fortunate to have a mother who always stayed close to the church. My Father left my mother soon after I was baptized a member of the Church. She subsequently divorced, and remarried a wonderful man a couple years later. This honorable man would stand as my father through the rest of my life. My mother and Step Father have been two of my greatest examples of love, endurance and steadfastness to gospel principles. I have always known the gospel was true. But like so many of us, our faith can be tested. I have had some very personal trials in my life, both as a child and as an adult. These trials caused me to seek the help of the Lord. Through scripture study, prayer and obedience I have come to know that Heavenly Father loves me, He has a plan for me and if I follow His commandments, He will take care of me. Heavenly Father knows my needs. He wants me to trust in Him. I have received an assurance that through faith and works I can attain Eternal life with Him . I have peace of mind and soul knowing that we are all part of an Eternal plan of Happiness. The gospel of Jesus Christ provides this for me and I feel comfort and strength as I strive to serve others and live the teachings of Jesus Christ each day.

How I live my faith

I Love being a Mormon! I feel confidence in the truth and peace I feel as I read the scriptures daily, pray and talk with my Father in heaven. I know He wants me to be happy and to live an abundant life. I consider church on Sunday a "standing appointment" with Heavenly Father. I know he wants to teach me and communicates with me through other people as well as through prayer and scripture study. There is so much to learn from other people's experiences and inspirations about life and how the gospel has strengthened them. I feel freedom, peace and joy as I seek to know Jesus Christ and as I listen and allow the Holy Spirit to guide my choices each day. I love my family. We are not perfect but we love and support one another. Family relationships are a treasure to me. I love attending the temple.This is a place truly set apart from the things of this world. It is a place of learning, of worship and personal inspiration and revelation. The temple is a piece of heaven on earth and immediately feels like home when I enter it's doors. I am a daughter of a loving Heavenly Father. I have a brother and Savior in Jesus Christ. I lived with God ( Heavenly father) before I came to this earth. I agreed to all the joys and trials of this life time so that I can learn how to become more like my Heavenly Father. I am the creator of my life. And I get to choose to live worthy of the eternal life Heavenly Father wants for me.

What is being a Mormon like?

Debbie Wescott
Being a Mormon is choosing to live the gospel of Jesus Christ. It means that we follow a living prophet and apostles the same way Christ set up His church when He lived on the earth. I feel blessed to know that Heavenly Father hasn't left us alone. We have standards and commandments that provide protection spiritually and physically. We are not forced in any way to live these standards but we are taught correct principles and have the agency to choose to live them and accept God's protection. He loves all people regardless, but He has given a way to achieve the most happiness, the most freedom and the most possibility for growth and progression through the teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints... with Christ as the center or cornerstone of this religion. Some people may think this religion is restrictive. But it actually gives us more freedom... when we live it's teachings we can be free of drug and alcohol addictions, free from the resulting trials of immorality, we can have clarity of purpose, and peace of mind even in a world filled with commotion. My testimony is strengthened and life is best when I actively seek to become more like my Savior, Jesus Christ. Show more Show less

What is faith?

Debbie Wescott
Faith is a principle of action. It is important , even crucial that our thoughts and actions represent, with integrity,the Faith we desire and/or profess to have. Show more Show less