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Hi I'm Tiffany

I'm a Mormon. I grew up in AZ. I sing and write music. I've overcome a lot in my life. I have three kids and a wonderful husband.

About Me

Singing and writing music helped me deal with some of the negative feelings I had growing up. I was sexually abused by a family member at age 12. My first husband was physically and emotionally abusive. When I finally got the courage, I moved to Utah with my 14 month old daughter and everything I could fit in my car. My life since then has been an adventure. I tried to open a home for domestic violence victims (that didn't work out due to my limited knowledge about such a big project). I've worked jobs ranging from delivering flowers, mentoring teens, call centers and finally massage therapy. I met my current husband 9 years ago at a time that both of us were on the verge of self-destructing. With help from our Heavenly Father and Jesus, we managed to put our lives back together and four years later, we were married. We now have 3 beautiful children and have been married for 5 years. He is my hero. We constantly help each other through the difficulties of this life. His challenges have included brain surgery, 4 seizures (resulting in 6 spinal fractures), and legal struggles just to name a few. He stood beside me through foreclosure, and severe mental health issues requiring 3 seperate hospitalizations. We've been through so much together and I wouldn't trade it for the world! My burning passion is to help those who are hurting. Nothing brings me more joy. I know the pain of extreme anguish and the undescribable peace in the light, compassion and love of Jesus Christ!

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up as a mormon (in the Church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints). At first I believed because my family believed. But after being ex-communicated in my early 20's (due to my own foolish use of agency) I realized that I truly missed the blessings I enjoyed when I was a member. I saw the happiness the gospel brought to others and finally understood all that I had given up. My dad explained ex-communication as being thrown out of the "boat" (representing the church) and if you were strong enough to catch up to the boat again, they would let you back in. The parable made sense to me. So I worked to strengthen my personal testimony until finally, I was re-baptised. I need the blessings of the gospel in my life. Especially the gift of having the Holy Spirit with me at all times as I strive to keep the commandments and lift up those around me who are lost and struggling. I know how it feels to flounder around aimlessly in the dark, and I know that the Light is where I want to be. Filled with light, love, truth and something the world can never give, hope!

How I live my faith

I live my faith by always watching out for those who could use a helping hand, encouragement or just a listening ear. I pick the music for church lessons, and lead the music. I visit several specific sisters every month to make sure they have help when they need it. As I drive around town, I watch for people who are asking for help or money and go out of my way to assist them. I also listen to k-love on the radio. It's a positive and encouraging Christian radio station that always gives me encouragement when I need it. As I listen, I think of each song as that persons testimony put to music. It seems to bring Christians of every denominations together in praise. I try to remember to read a little from the scriptures (Bible, book of Mormon, Doctorine & Covenants or Pearl of great price) everyday. One of the most important things I try to do everyday is pray morning and evening and offer gratitude for all I've been given and thanks for all of the prayers of mine that have been answered.