Hi I'm Debbie
I am a mom, wife, daughter, sister, and friend. I'm a Mormon.
I am a stay at home mom and loving it!! I have 3 precious children and a wonderful husband. I love blogging, scrapbooking, cardmaking, crafts, reading, reading to my kids with them snuggled in my lap and just being with family. I graduated from college with a BS in Marriage, Family and Human Development. I love life!!
Why I am a Mormon
I was born into a very active Mormon family to parents who truly loved the Lord and taught me both through words and through example to follow him. As I grew up I knew that I needed to learn for myself that the gospel was true, I believed in it and loved it and wanted it to be true. I was reading the Book of Mormon and decided to kneel down and pray about the things which I had read. Shortly thereafter I received a warm, comforting, and peaceful feeling and I just knew that it was true. And that was it. I knew that this was the Lord's church and have never doubted. I do have a testimony of this church, I know my Savior lives and loves me. I know that we have a living prophet here on the earth today. The spirit bears testimony of this to me each and every time I hear him speak. I am so thankful to be a member of this church has it has brought me true happiness throughout my life. I love the Lord and love to serve Him.
How I live my faith
Throughout my life I have served in many different positions in the church. As a teenager I had the opportunity to serve in a leadership position over my youth group and this gave me some valuable leadership skills. Since becoming an adult I have served in organization that provide service to those in need such as bringing meals to someone who is sick or a visit to someone who is lonely. I have worked many years with the children, teaching them the gospel. This is the position that I have held the most and I love the opportunity to teach them and to feel their sweet spirits. I have also had the opportunity to teach a youth Sunday school class which I loved. I have planned monthly activities for the women in our ward to participate in. I also serve as a visiting teacher which is a program where I visit a few sisters in their homes each month to help ensure that there needs are being met. I have also worked in our ward's library making sure that teachers and other ward members have all their needed supplies.