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Hi I'm Natalie

I'm a wife, a mother, an artist, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a wife, a mother, and an artist. I am married to my best friend. I have 2, wonderful, highly energetic, children that keep me on my toes and happy as ever. I am an artist and run my own business from home selling prints of my artwork online.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the Church. Although, I don't think I was truly converted until the end of high school, when I read the Book of Mormon on my own, for the first time. My testimony slowly, but surely, grew as I moved away from home and started college. I started surrounding myself with other LDS church members and my testimony continued to grow as I made correct choices. I love this gospel. It is simple. It is pure. I know where I came from, why I am here, and where I am going, if I continue to keep the commandments and covenants I have made. I know that families can be together forever, when the sealing ordinance in the temple is performed. I know that my Heavenly Father is aware of me and my needs. I know he hears and answers my prayers. I know my Savior, Jesus Christ, came to earth, suffered for all of our sins and broke the bands of death so we can repent and be clean to live with Him again. I know that our Prophet, President Monson is called of God, and is here on this earth to give us guidance and direction. I know that the Book of Mormon is another testament of Christ. I know that they are the words of God and written for our time. If we search them diligently we can find answers in them. Each time I read the Book of Mormon I get something different out of it, depending on what I am going through in life. I am very grateful to be a member of Christ's church.

How I live my faith

I attend church every Sunday with my family. I currently serve as the 2nd Counselor in the Primary Presidency and LOVE it. These children are so fun to teach. They have a zest for life and want to do/be good. We can learn a lot from our children. They are humble. I also have the opportunity to work with the Cub Scouts, who are boys ages 8 - 10. I am new to Scouting but excited to learn about it. It is a great program for boys of all faiths.