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Hi I'm Sarah

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm in graduate school to become a nurse practitioner. I love traveling and experiencing new cultures, I like exploring the outdoors, hiking, playing with all my nieces and nephews, being with my family and serving others.

Why I am a Mormon

It's the only thing that makes sense in my head and my heart! The doctrines of the church are the only teachings I've found in this life that bring true lasting peace, happiness and a clear conscience. The church's doctrines are the only ones that clearly answer why I'm on earth, what my purpose is and what is to come in the next life. No other religion on earth provides a way for me to literally (not just in theory) be with my family in the next life and into the eternities. Being a Mormon gives me great clarity and makes me so HAPPY!!!!

How I live my faith

I go to church each Sunday and help index names for temple and family history work. I visit sisters in the community making sure they are taken care of. I go to the temple. I read from the Book of Mormon and the Bible. I try to be loving, kind and inclusive to others.

Do you really believe there is a prophet like Moses alive today?

Sarah
There has always been prophets starting with Adam. Why would the Lord withhold a prophet in our day? It's another evidence that the truth really has been restored. Thomas S. Monson is the Lord's mouth piece on the earth today. He speaks the will of our Heavenly Father by teaching and warning us. I love listening to him every 6 months at General Conference. I can always feel the Holy Spirit when he speaks! If you haven't ever heard the voice of one of the Lord's prophets, I invite you to join us every April and October. Not only will the prophet speak, but we have 12 apostles just like the Savior did in His day. It's true! Show more Show less