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Hi I'm Sarah

I live in Washington state. I have seven children. I love to run and I enjoy cooking. I'm a Mormon too!

About Me

I am the wife of a wonderful, caring man, and the mother of seven amazing, sweet children. I learn so much from my family every day! I work from home as a medical transcriptionist two days a week. I enjoy running, reading, playing games with my family, and cooking nutritious meals that still taste good! I sometimes train for 1/2 marathons when I can find the time to train.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints when they were young adults. They raised me in the Church and I believe that this is an incredible blessing in my life. I did reach a time in my life when I wondered if I believed in the Church only because of my upbringing. I carefully reviewed my concerns and doubts and then prayed to know the truth. As an answer to my prayers, I received a witness that the Church is true. It has the fulness of the gospel of Jesus Christ on the Earth, and can be a great blessing to everyone. I have been committed to living the teachings of the gospel ever since that time many years ago.

How I live my faith

I am a leader and teacher of girls ages 12 to 13. At home, I study the scriptures and pray often with my family and by myself. We also have family home evenings every Monday where we teach each other, sing, pray, and then have an activity and a treat at the end. I attend church every week with my family, and I attend the temple once a month with my husband so we can perform sacred ordinances such as baptism for our deceased relatives. I have felt a wonderful strength in my family because of these things that we regularly do. My children are growing up with a strong faith in Christ, and I know that it will be a great blessing to them throughout their lives.