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Hi I'm Heather

I am a mother, wife, sister and friend. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My full time job is being a Mother! I have been married 5 years to my best friend. We met while attending college. We enjoy attending/watching many sports, outdoor activities, and visting new places as a family. I have a background in Architecture and Design and love to be involved and learning new things in that field. I love to 'create' things and find joy in making things better than when I found them.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up as a member of the church and learned so much from the testimony's of my parents and family members. As I grew older I wondered if I truly had a testimony of my own and received an answer to my prayers one day while reading in the Book of Mormon that I knew, I have always known it was true. I know that Joseph Smith was a true prophet and through him we have the restored gospel on the earth. I know that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ live. I know that our Heavenly Father knows me, is aware of me and loves me; just as he does all of us! I know that Jesus Christ is our Savior and Redeemer, he died for us. As I try to be like Jesus I know that through him we can gain eternal life. I know that Thomas S. Monson is our living prophet today. I know that in the temples we can be sealed to our families forever. These truths give me hope when times are hard and give me the resolve to continue and strive to better myself. This is a gospel of true happiness.

How I live my faith

I live the gospel by trying to share the gospel and be an example of Christ in all I do. I currently am the ward music chairman. I have been comforted and spiritually uplifted many times through music. I also visit with women in our ward on a regular basis. We strive to help one another in many aspects of regular and spiritual life. I learned a valuable lesson from my mother while I was young about serving others. It seemed like she was always taking meals to people or helping with funerals in our ward. I once asked her why she seemed to always be the one to help. Her reply was simple, "You never know when you might be the one who will be on the receiving end of that help." She was right. When I have been the one who needed help I was so grateful for the kind acts of others and it meant so much to me. When we are serving others, we are serving Christ.