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Hi I'm Monica

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a daughter, a wife, and a mother of 4. I enjoy exercising, decorating, shopping, and spending lots of time with my family!

Why I am a Mormon

I was fortunate enough to have been raised in the Church and had the blessing of knowing that we are all sons and daughters of our Heavenly Father. I take great comfort in knowing that He knows each of us individually and loves us all more than we can even imagine. I know that He sent His son, Jesus Christ, to show us the way to become more like Him, and provide a way for us to one day be able to return to live with Him again. I know His son, Jesus Christ, is at the head of, and leads and guides this Church. I know that He gave us the Gift of the Holy Ghost so that we might have His spirit to be with us at all times. I know that He has blessed us with Prophets, even now, to help lead and guide us, but that will never take away our free agency. I know the Bible is the word of God. I know the Book of Mormon is another witness of Christ, and that it is also the word of God. I know the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is His church. I know these things because the Holy Ghost bore witness to me that they are true.

How I live my faith

I “try” each day to follow the Savior’s example and do what is right. Then, because of my many weaknesses and imperfections, I “try again” the next day. I love the encouraging words of our previous prophet President Gordon B. Hinckley, who served as the President of our Church from March 1995 to January 2008. He said, “Each of us can do a little better than we have been doing. We can be a little more kind. We can be a little more merciful. We can be a little more forgiving. We can put behind us our weaknesses of the past, and go forth with new energy and increased resolution to improve the world about us, in our homes, in our places of employment, in our social activities. We have a work to do, you and I, so very much of it. Let us roll up our sleeves and get at it, with a new commitment, putting our trust in the Lord.”