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Hi I'm Ellen

I grew up in an upbeat city by the beach. I'm now a stay-at-home mom in the slow and quiet country. I'm a mormon.

About Me

I am a wife and mother and I love my family with all my heart. I love dancing, singing, and theater. I love being outside soaking up the sunshine and swimming on hot summer days. I love reading books and playing with my son. My favorite thing about my life right now is watching my son learn and understand the beautiful world around him.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raisd in the church by loving, strong and faithful parents. But it was through my own experiences that I have gained a testimony and stayed a member of this true church. I'm a mormon because everything about this religion makes my heart feel full and complete. Through my own personal study and prayer I know that this church is true.

How I live my faith

My family participates as much as possible in our church so we can make new friends, volunteer and serve, and feel closer to Jesus Christ. I live my faith by example. I try my best to be a friend to others, listen and offer heartfelt and humble advice, and do everything to make my home warm and inviting. I feel closer to Heavenly Father when I keep his commandments, serve others, and have love at home.

Do you really believe there is a prophet like Moses alive today?

I know that we have a living Prophet today because our Father in Heaven is a loving Father. He would never leave us alone without guidance. When I hear the Prophet speak I know that his messages are loving words that come from God. He speaks to us through our prophets to let us know what we must do to return to him because he wants his children to be with him. Like any father would, our Heavenly Father watches over us and gives us messages, warnings, and comfort. Our Prophet is a vessel for Heavenly Father to speak to us and remind us that He is there and He is mindful of us. Show more Show less