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Hi I'm Fipe

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a stay at home mother of 6. I have had 5 boys and 1 girl with one of those boys being still born. I love staying home with my children but for many years I was a working single mom. Now I am happily married and a stay at home mom. I am also going to school to further my education and be a good example to my children.

Why I am a Mormon

I can remember at a young age knowing that the church was true. My parents knew early on that I definitely wasn't a follower. When I was eight years old right after I was baptized my mom got really sick. She had been sick most of her pregnancy but this was worst. I remember the branch president coming into our home and blessing my mom. The next day she drove herself to the doctor. When she got there they took her vitals and were surprised. He blood pressure was so high she should have been dead. They took my little sister early. My mom was only 26 weeks along. I was a hard recovery for both her and my sister. They both made it and you would never know that my little sister was ever premature. I knew that the blessing given to my mom was what saved her. I knew the church was true but it was shown to be again and again in the birth and recovery of both my mom and sister.

How I live my faith

As a member of this faith I have had many opportunities to serve. Every time I serve I get so much out of it. I have taught Sunday school for age 4 to 12. There is nothing better then teaching these children of Christ and seeing them understand what Christ has truly done of all of us. I currently have the opportunity to be a cud scout leader. I get to help the kids not only accomplish there levels of cub scouting I get to mold them into the future leaders that this world need. I get to be a visiting teacher and go around seeing other women of our church and caring for their needs.