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Hi I'm Tiah

I come from a split family but I find happiness in living the gospel of Jesus Christ. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a college student. I enjoy learning and I'm grateful to be able to get an education. I am newly married, and blessed with a wonderful husband and family. I grew up in rough circumstances though, my parents are divorced and I have had many things to overcome since I was little. The church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is what got me through everything, and it is a wonderful blessing in my life. I know it is scary to have difficult family situations, but I can testify that you don't have to live in the footsteps of others decisions. You have the ability to make your own choices and to make life better than ever before. Oh, and I love photography, design, art, music, sports, being random, and being with those I love.

Why I am a Mormon

I choose to be a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints because it makes me happy. It is truth and light, and that's what I love. Conversion is a personal matter, but I think that conversion happens every day. I am always grateful for little experiences that strengthen my testimony and bring me closer to our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. They are always there for us and they love each individual sincerely. I know that the church is true, it is the good news that our Savior lives and we are meant to be examples of Him and testify of Him and His atonement. I'm so grateful for Him.

How I live my faith

I think it's important to live each day as an example of Christ. I hope to testify of Him every day of my life and help others know of His love for them. I have had several church callings, but now I serve as a "Primary" teacher, meaning I help teach children. I love it. Children have such strong testimonies, and such sweet and pure spirits. I know that our Savior helps guide us in our conversations and callings so that we can be an "instrument" in His hands to help others come unto Him.