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Hi I'm Susie

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother of 4 and grandma of 6. I work for a large corporation as a project manager and really enjoy my work. In my spare time a love to travel, especially to the beautiful beaches of the world. One of my most favorite trips has been to Saint John in the Caribbean where the scuba diving and snorkeling are awesome. I also love to garden, read good books (my all time favorite 'The Hobbit') and getting out in nature and seeing the beauty of the earth. There is nothing like sleeping under the stars and seeing the Milky Way and the immensity of space. I also love spending time with my children and grandchildren. I love building family memories!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because of the anchor that it is in my life. The high moral values and integrity of the church has helped me raise my children to be true to themselves and to their Heavenly Father. I have a testimony that you can be happy in this life and have the companionship of the Holy Ghost to guide and direct your path. I have a testimony that Jesus Christ atoned for all of our sins and has made a way that we can return to our Heavenly Father. I have read the Book of Mormon and know it to be another witness of Jesus Christ and his ministry. How do I know this, I have prayed and felt the warm assurance of the Holy Ghost witness to me that it is true. There is nothing more important to me than my family. I believe that through God's plan we can be together forever and not just for this life. I am so thankful for all the blessing the church has brought into my life and the answers if give to the questions: Why am I here and Where am I going. I am a Mormon because I have had a witness that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is Christ's church restored to the earth to bless us all.

How I live my faith

One of the ways that I live my faith is by being involved with the youth of the church. I am the president of the Young Women's Organization (12-18 year old girls) in our area. I help the girls plan meaningful activities such as service projects or that teach them new skills. It is very rewarding to see these young women grow and develop in all areas of their lives, spiritually, mentally and socially. I also try and set a good example of honesty and integrity for my family and for those I come in contact with. It has been a great experience to participate in a day of service each year that the church coordinates in our community. This may sound like a small thing but I try to smile and be nice and offer words of encouragement to those that I work with.