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Hi I'm Robyn

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a convert to the church. I am a mom of three very active girls, ages 11, 10, and 9. I am a stay-at-home mom and homeschool my girls. I was a career oriented person with a full-time job as a legal secretary working for a large firm. I then met my husband and the following year we were married and had a baby. We subsequently immediately had another baby the next year. We made the decision for me to quit my job and be a stay-at-home mom. It was the best decision we ever made. I was raised in another organized religion but left it in my early 20s. About four years after I quit my job, the right missionaries came knocking on my door. At the time my husband was an inactive member. With my encouragement and example, I brought him back into the church. I am very proud to be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in another organized religion more stricter than being Mormon. The whole time I was a member of that church, I hadn't felt the holy spirit as I did when I first stepped into the chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I was home. I have a testimony that this is the true church of Jesus Christ; that, because of his love for us, through his atonement, he has given us a chance to return home to heaven. That through his holy spirit I have had confirmation from my grandfather, who has passed to heaven, that living and believing in the gospel is the right thing to do. I made the right decision. You see, I am the only mormon in my family. I am estranged from my entire family because of my choice to leave their religion. Receiving that confirmation has made me more determined to live the gospel.

How I live my faith

In the church I have been asked to be the Employment Specialist. I direct people on how to obtain the tools necessary in getting a job. I also support my husband wholeheartedly in his responsibilities in the church, as he leads the brethern. There are many opportunities for me to do service in our ward. As I do service, I am teaching my children to give service too. There are many times members need a assistance, and I try to help where I can.