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Hi I'm Rheanna

I'm an East Coast girl, stay-at-home mom, and a scary movie enthusiast. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a stay-at-home mom of the cutest toddler I've ever met. My son pretty much rocks my world. I graduated from college in Social Work three weeks before having my son, and hope to be able to go back for a masters degree and do therapy with children. I love to watch scary movies, read scary books, and I'm slightly obsessed with zombies.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the church, but I have had my struggles. My late teenage years were particularly difficult and I struggled with my testimony, my self-worth, and my desire to even stay in the church. Honestly, I felt pretty lost. After years of struggles with various things, I hit a low point and realized my life was not what it could be. It was not what my Heavenly Father wanted it to be. I worked hard to gain my own testimony about the gospel of Jesus Christ and of his restored church. After praying A LOT and feeling the love of my Savior and Heavenly Father I gained that testimony and went on to serve a mission for the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. This gospel has been the source of all I have in my life, my husband, my son, everything. I thank my Heavenly Father every day for these blessings and for his gospel. It has brought peace and happiness to my life that I know I wouldn't have without it.

How I live my faith

I work with the adult women in my church as a supervisor over the Sunday teachers. Working with this group of women is such a joy and a blessing in my life. They teach my so much about what it means to be a daughter of God and how to serve those around me. They have helped to strengthen my testimony of my Savior by their Christ-like attitudes and their willingness to give. I love to serve with them. I also visit with a smaller group of women once a month through visiting teaching. This has given me an opportunity to serve them in many ways. In return their friendships have blessed my life greatly.