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Hi I'm Molly

I am a stay at home mom of one sweet little girl. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I attended BYU for 2 1/2 years before I got married. My husband got a teaching job in WA and my education was temporarily put on hold. Last year, I attended a nursing program at a local junior college. I was pregnant for the second half of the school year. A few weeks before our sweet baby was born I took the NCLEX-PN. I am now a stay at home mom with my LPN license. I plan to start working a few shifts a month soon. I love being a mom.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents have been active members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints all of their lives. I was raised as an active member of the church and I have continued acting on my faith since I left home. I love the sense of belonging that I feel among other church members. But, that is not why I am Mormon. I am Mormon because I have felt in my heart, on multiple occasions, the sweet assurance that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is true. The Holy Spirit bears witness of the truthfulness of His gospel when I open my heart to those feelings and act on a true desire to know. I act on my desire to know by attending church and other meetings, reading the scriptures, praying, and pondering the things I read, hear, and feel.

How I live my faith

I have had the wonderful and rewarding opportunity to serve in the church. I am currently working with the young women (ages 12-18). I serve with 2 other women. Together, we strive to uplift and teach the young women. In the process, we learn a lot from them. On Sundays, we meet together with the young women and participate in a planned lesson. The lessons cover basic gospel principles, values or personal characteristics we should all try to have, and ways we can improve our lives in general. I teach a lesson about once/month. On Wednesdays, we meet to learn life skills (cooking, sewing, etc.), do crafts, or do service projects.