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Hi I'm Suzanne

I grew up in Southern California. I'm a university graduate, a wife, and mother. I'm happy. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love reading, writing, learning new things, being outside, and spending time with family and friends. My husband and I have four children. Although I have a college degree, I consider it one of my greatest blessings to be able to be home with our kids.

Why I am a Mormon

Although I was raised in the Church, I am so thankful for my own evolving testimony. It has gotten me through my hardest times. The restored gospel of Jesus Christ gives my life meaning, and direction. As I strive to live the teachings of Jesus Christ, I am a better person, and I'm happy. Living far from my parents and in-laws, having members of the Church in my community feels like I have family in town. They provide me with friendship, love and support.

How I live my faith

I love teaching the four year old children in our congregation. They keep me on my toes. I also love how my faith grows as I review the fundamental truths of the gospel with them. Singing the songs they learn in Primary (the Church's organization for the children) helps me to remember that I can be kind to others, like Jesus was and is. I can serve others in appropriate ways. I can be courageous in making correct choices, and many other important lessons.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Suzanne
Our families are meant to be the best place for us to learn and practice how to be more like our Heavenly Father. Our Father desires for us to come to earth to a family that will love us, care for us, teach us correct principles, and provide a refuge from the world. God also desires us to marry and create a safe haven for Him to send His children to learn while on Earth. Heavenly Father provided us a way to allow ourselves and our families to return to live with Him again. Although the conditions of our birth are not within our control, we can choose to be a positive influence in our homes and families. Show more Show less