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Hi I'm Georganna

I'm a wife and mother of two young sons. I love to cook and exercise and be with my family. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

After working full-time for about 15 years as a certified public accountant, I now get to be home to raise my two sweet sons. In my mid-30s, I married a kind man who is a good husband and father. I enjoy spending time with my family, exercising, reading, crafting homemade cards and cooking. I also enjoy time being involved with my oldest son's preschool activities.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I was taught the gospel in my home by good parents and a loving family. But, still, it was up to me to determine for myself if the Gospel of Jesus Christ was true. I know that the power of prayer is real and that we can receive answers for ourselves. The Lord knows us and is mindful of our needs. I am grateful I was able to obtain an answer that Jesus Christ lived on the earth and atoned for my sins. I am thankful for Joseph Smith and for his perseverance to restore the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the earth again. I know that he was a true prophet of God. I love to read the Book of Mormon and know that it is a true book and the word of God. I love the feeling of peace and comfort that comes to me as I study the Gospel. I know that if I live worthily and repent of my sins, I can live with my Father in Heaven again.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to be an example of honesty and integrity every day of my life. Together with my husband, we focus on having family prayer and scripture study in our home. We attend our church meetings and partake of the Sacrament to renew our covenants each week. Right now, I have the opportunity to teach young children (ages 3 - 12) once a month. I always look forward to seeing their smiling faces and having a gospel centered discussion with them.