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Hi I'm Tabitha

I am from Ohio. I am married with 4 kids. My family and I enjoy adventurous outdoor activities. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I was a military brat growing up with my dad in the Air Force, so I moved around a lot. When I was ten my family finally settled in Ohio and we have been there ever since. I grew up in a very adventurous family, we rock climb, go caving, canoeing, hiking, kayaking, biking, and camping. We love the outdoors. I got married during college to the man of my dreams and now almost eight years later we have four awesome kids, three girls and one boy. And now I take my own kids on great adventures just like my parents did with me.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have prayed to know if this church is true and I know without a doubt that it is. Every time I step into church I can feel that I am in the right place. I am a Mormon because it also makes me happy. I love the spirit it brings into my home and the strength it gives me and my marriage. I know that this is Christ's true church, I know because I feel it so strongly when I pray.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to live my life how Christ would, the best that I can. I try to be honest and kind and giving to others. I try to find opportunities to serve others. I go to church every Sunday and I have a job in the church that involves working with the youth in the church (12-18 year old kids). I love it, I love working with the youth. We plan activities to do with them every Tuesday, we teach them lessons on Sundays and we get to go on crazy adventures with them like girls camp and high adventure (that's my favorite part). High Adventure is when we take the 16-18year old girls on some outdoor challenging adventure, which is my expertise, so I love it. Its amazing how making a young girl climb a cliff for the first time, or go through a hard cave for the first time, or go cliff jumping for the first time, can change their perspective on life forever. I have seen these girls after accomplishing something hard like this and how they glow with pride. They feel like they can do anything now. It has strengthened my testimony greatly working with the youth.