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Hi I'm Natalie.

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently a full-time wife and mother. I love to be creative, crafty and adventurous. Although, I try to integrate these things into my life...my main focus is my family. As a family, we enjoy "our" time and finding activities that bring us together. I also love to serve and lift others. It is a wonderful feeling to know I am making a small, but positive difference in others lives.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the gospel of Jesus Christ. As I got older and grew into my own person it was easy for me to see that living my life in accordance with the commandments and standards of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints brought me true happiness. Throughout my school years, peers and teachers would comment on my constant happiness, cheer and smiles. It came and continues to stem from my knowledge of being a daughter of God, knowing why I am here on this earth and enjoying the blessing of righteous living. I don't have an amazing conversion story to share. My testimony is found in the small and simple miracles of life. I know that my Heavenly Father loves me and I see this through the beauty of this earth and blessing he has given me. I serve Him and follow His teachings as a way to show my love and appreciation to Him.

How I live my faith

I have the blessing of working with the youth. I serve in the Young Women's program teaching the 16-18 year old girls. I love this age group, because they are wonderful examples of being believers of Christ and striving to do what is right in the world today. They love to talk about the struggles they have and the challenges they face in high school. It teaches me what I need to prepare my young children for and work on giving them tools they will need to rely on later - now! We have strong and faithful youth in this world that get overlooked, but I have the honor of knowing them and seeing the good they do.