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Hi I'm Caroline

I have been a mormon all my life as my parents were mormons and I have been raised in the gospel.

About Me

I've been married to Noel for 14 years and we have 2 boys, Adam and Harrison. I enjoy keeping fit and am currently training for a marathon. After many years of illness it has been great to discover a love of exercise and being capable of going to a gym. Its given me a massive sense of well being and vitality. In my spare time I enjoy reading (when I'm not nodding off to sleep) and socialising with my friends.

Why I am a Mormon

As I mentioned earlier I was born into the church but still had to go through that conversion process myself as a teenager to decide whether being a mormon was for me or not. Having a faith has given me direction and hope when I have faced challenges in my life. It was through being at church that I met Noel (my husband) and we went on to have 2 amazing boys. The gospel has brought us and continues to bring us much happiness. The knowledge that our marriage is not only for this life but for the next and that our children will be with us in the next life also brings us so much joy and happiness; a happiness we want to share with others. There are many things we want for our boys but most of all we want them to be happy. The world we live in, although a beautiful place, is also a confusing place. Living as mormon and following the teachings of Christ brings us happiness and peace. Trusting that God loves each one of us and has provided a plan for us helps our family feel confident and protected in the world we live in. It is a great source of comfort and joy in our lives.

How I live my faith

I serve in our church as the Primary president. Primary is an organisation for all the children ages 18mths-11yrs old and I love the opportunity I have to be involved in this area. It has taught me so much and I love spending time with the children.It has taught me so much and I love spending time with the children. With the help of 2 other ladies we organise activities for the children on a sunday and during the week. The primary programme helps the children learn about the gospel in a way that they can understand but we find that the children are the biggest teachers of all!

What do Mormons believe about family?

Caroline
We believe Familes can be together Forever! and they really can you know. The same relationships we have here on earth can exist in heaven. We believe that the family is central to God's plan of happiness of us and that it is a privilige to have and raise children. Show more Show less