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Hi I'm Tiffany

I am a bachelor degree holding, fun loving, scrapbooking making, mother of 2. I'm also a Mormon.

About Me

After getting my bachelor degree in Marriage and Family studies and Administrating Assistant in 2011, I became a full time mom. I now have two kids (only 17 months apart) so I am busy trying to keep up with them. My husband works to provide for the family and I get the pleasure of staying home to raise the kids. When I have the rare free moments for my own hobbies, I love to make memory books, do photography, and enjoy good movies and music. But, family is the most important thing to me, so I would rather spend time with my family, especially my husband, then by myself.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, meaning both my parents are Mormons. But, as a teenager, I had many friends that belonged to other churches. I began to question what the differences were between my church and theirs. As I researched, studied, and prayed, I knew The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was the only true church and the only one I would be happy in. I love the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It brings so much comfort, peace, and direction in this world of changing values and turmoil. I know that whenever I am struggling in any way (financially, physically, emotionally, or spiritually) I can call on a loving Father in Heaven in prayer who knows my needs, desires, hopes, and dreams. He is there to comfort me, bless me, and if needed put earthly angels in my path to help me. He knows what is best for me and can help me get through trials and hardships, but can also rejoice with me in times of happiness and joy. I can't imagine living without the peace that comes from living the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

Being a friend and neighbor to everyone is a core belief in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Christ himself taught the lesson of the "Good Samaritan," which is a story about a Samaritan who took care of a Jew. The Jew had a been badly beaten and left for dead. But, the wonderful part of the story is that Samaritans and Jews hated each other. This is a great lesson for me and one I try to live up to. I go out of my way to help in small and simple ways, to reach out to those in need around me, and to offer love to all mankind. At church on Sundays, I visit with the members of the Church, but also throughout the week, I make visits to their homes, phone calls, and emails to check to make sure everything is well. But, to me, it goes further than just the members of the Church. I reach out to my neighbors, people I come in contact with often, and even strangers. I share when I can, help when they need it, and offer love to everyone. Jesus Christ loved everyone and took care of all in His path, sick and well, rich and poor, bond and free. I am trying to live up to His example.