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Hi I'm nancy

I love to laugh and be happy instead of sad. I love working hard. I love my family more then anything else.I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is nancy. I didnt grow up a Mormon, but I investigated the church for a long time to see if it was right for me. I was especially impressed by the strong family values. The family that prays together stays together! I have realized that my sisters that I grew up with are not on board with my membership. Sometimes that happens. I pray for them to someday investigate as I did, and come to accept my decision to be a member of this amazing church. Everything seems to be in perspective for me.. I feel everything about me is getting better. When you consider the bigger picture, you get a better piece of mind about everything and every one! Im learning to love people without judgement. Im learning to be a better wife and mother. Im grateful we raised our four children in a LDS home. I love serving in the church, and reaching out to people who have freshly made the decision to change their life.. The change isnt easy, giving up coffee was very hard, but I did it!! I pray that I can be an example for the church to people I come in contact with, so they can come unto Christ, and be a part of a church that will lead me back to Him. Life is good!!

Why I am a Mormon

Im a Mormon because I found everything that I found out about the church to make perfect sense. I always struggled with some things that my previous church taught. I believe that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost a three separate beings.. I believe families can actully be together for ll eternity. I believe that Heavenly Faher (God), is a forgiving and a Loving God..I love how the church makes me have the desire to better myself each day.

How I live my faith

The way that I can live this religion, is to pray each day for strength in my weeknesses. I pray to love people more fully. I pray to be a better wife, a more patient mother, a more understanding sister to my own family. I pray how I can make some kind of a diference in the lives of the people not only in my own ward, but to those I associate with. I pray that my example can make my friends that are not members become curious about this church.