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Hi I'm Nancy Grant

I'm a Mom and I like my kids. I've tried to be like my own mother. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a stay-at-home Mom, which is lucky for me because that's all I ever dreamed of being. My children are mostly gone and doing their own thing, except for one daughter still at home with me and my good husband. I find a lot of satisfaction in helping to keep the house running. I love to get the family together and throw a good themed party. I like to do things like sew, read and dabble in family history.

Why I am a Mormon

First of all, I am a Mormon because my parents were. It was a gift my parents gave to me that I didn't have to hunt down. By living it as a child and seeing the fruits of goodness come from it in my family and neighborhood, I felt early that strong desire to be part of Heavenly Father's church. I have come to know that my Mormon upbringing is indeed the truth. It is Jesus Christ's doctrine. It is the way set forth by our loving Father to return to Him. I truly believe that our Savior Jesus Christ is the way, the truth, and the light. I have felt of His mercy and love towards me. I have seen the Gospel of Jesus Christ bless me and my family again and again. The goodness of the true Gospel has made my life better in every way.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith by being a good neighbor and friend to everyone around me, even those I don't know. I have tried to make my home a peaceful, fun and pleasant place to be. It has been important to me to teach my children about Jesus Christ and His church. I have felt a responsibility to make our home the best place on earth for our family. I have an assignment in our congregation to lead the young women, ages 12 through 18. I, along with other youth leaders, teach the girls on Sunday. We also have a weekly activity with them. We do service, sports, crafts, field trips, and other church-related activities. We have an annual Young Women Camp: 5 days of fun in the out-of-doors with spiritual moments as well.