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Hi I'm Tiffany Goodwin

I have always enjoyed playing the piano. I love my three children and husband. I am LDS.

About Me

I am currently a stay-at-home mom and even though it can be tiresome, it is never monotonous. I have played the piano since I was five and have always loved music. I also play the violin and organ. I went to college at BYU-IDaho, met my husband there and now have three kids.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been what they called "raised in the church" becaue I was born into an LDS home. But, I didnt' actually gain a testimony until I really searched out Joseph Smith and his character, church history sites, and best of all, the Sacred Grove. I always believed the Book of Mormon to be true and felt closer to Christ as I read it, but I realized my testimony grew tenfold when I came to know Joseph Smith more and realized his story of the First Vision was real. I cannot deny it. I know a young boy could not have made such stories up. He was persecuted beyond belief and he did not deny it. I read the words of the Book of Mormon and feel the Spirit convey that those words are true. They talk of Christ and are meant for us in these latter days. I have faith in Jesus Christ who is my Redeemer that he has made a way for all of us to be Spirtually reborn if we but come to him. I say this in the name of Jesus Christ, amen.

How I live my faith

I have been called in many different positions in the church. From, organist, pianist, Relief Society Secretary, Young Women's Presidency, Nursery Leader and Enrichment Leader. I have thoroughly enjoyed all of these callings and learned others and made friends. I love visiting sisters in the ward and getting to know them and giving service to them. I feel most humble to serve them and learn more from them than I can teach. All of my callings in the church aren't anything to brag about. As long as we do our best in what we are called to do, the Lord will do the rest.