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Hi I'm Neisha Merrell

I am a wife, mother of four, dental educator, triathlete, and most recently an ironman, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am really just like anyone one else. I get up every morming and start my day, but what may set me apart is the drive that gets me through the day. I believe in Jesus Christ. That he lives, and that he loves me. Knowing that I am a daughter of God allows me to get through all the trials and difficult times in life. Life sometimes comes on strong so I have learned to cope with trials by faith, prayer, and a lot of exercise. I enjoy pushing my self to physical limits so that my spirit is required to take over and carry me the rest of the way. That is why I do triathlons to prove to myself that with Christ all things are possible.

Why I am a Mormon

It is simple. I believe in the restored Gospel of Jesus Christ. I have not seen angles, I have not seen God or his son Jesus Christ, but I have felt of His spirit and I know the gospel is true. The longer I live, the more I experience life and all it has to offer the more I am reminded that there is a God and He does love me.

How I live my faith

I live my Faith daily by trying to be the best person I can be. I really believe in the power of words. If I think a good thought about anyone I try to share that. I want to be someone who lifts. I make mistakes everyday, but that is what I strive to do. In the Gospel I have the opportunity to work with the young men in scouting. I keep tract of the boys as they advance toward eagle scout. It is so neat to see these young men grow and change in the scouting program. I have found that I am the person who grows the most anytime I am asked to serve in differenct capacities. I always learn so much. I feel blessed to belong to a church that has helped me learn, grow and sacrifice so that one day I can reach my potential.