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Hi I'm Mindy

I grew up in a small Idaho town. I lived in Las Vegas for ten years and have recently moved to Sugar Land, Texas.

About Me

I enjoy being a wife, and the Mom of three daughters. I stay home most of the time and enjoy teaching a little dance on the side. I enjoy baking--especially desserts, and love getting out and enjoying time with my friends.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon because utlimatly I find happiness in the gospel of Jesus Christ. In my personal journey I have found that I am strengthened by having a relationship with my Heavenly Father. Being a Mormon provides me with the truth and understanding I need, to know what direction I want my life to take. It also gives me the guidance and direction I need in raising three daughters. My ultimate desire is for them to gain a testimony of the reality of the Savior, and in turn live honorable lives, and someday return to live with God again as an eternal family. I find so much comfort and strength in the unity of the members of my faith. Their personal experiences strengthen and solidify my faith. I can not imagine taking this journey without the blessings and knowledge provided within the pages of the Book of Mormon. I cannot imagine life without the abundance of blessings that come from the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to grow spiritually each day. This comes through daily prayer and scripture study. I then try to help my family grow in this way. I recognize that my personal happiness comes from the joy I feel when I have the Spirit in my life. I enjoy spending time with the women of the church, I recognize that their goals for the eternal progress of their families are the same as mine and this cause unites us. Within the church we all help each other in the quest for eternal happiness as families, and this brings us together as a ward family. We also grow as we worship together and share spiritual experiences.