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Hi I'm Samantha Conatti-Fowler

I'm a Californian. I'm a mom, a crafter,and a dreamer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a mom, with all the craziness that entales. I also love to design and craft things, usually big projects. In my spare time, I volunteer in the community and work with the local Boy Scout groups. I love to cook, and speak a few languages. I attended Ricks College, then BYU, briefly.

Why I am a Mormon

Why am I Mormon? I grew up with a converted Catholic father, and a mom who floated through many churches as a child. we did not always attend church. But when we did, I felt a belonging to the Mormon church. I have always found comfort in the power of prayer. I have prayed to know if this church is true, and have recieved and answer, yes. I have lived it's principles, and have been blessed with a happy life, a good husband, and kind children. I have friends in my community, and have watched the gospel of Jesus Christ bless their lives. Living the Gospel gives my life peace, yes, there are hard times. Sometimes life gets really hard. It's then when my faith gets me through. A long time ago, my faith was tested. I could believe in the redeeming power of Christ, or be on my own. I have come to know that the Savior is real. And that we have a loving Father in Heaven who provided us a saftey through his Son, and that he loves us enough to no abandon us today.

How I live my faith

I have never thought that I live my faith, I just live. I try to do right by others, and to be kind. I want my kids to know that they don't have to trade who they are to fit in. Not all my family is Mormon, and that's ok, I still love them. I serve the people around me, how ever they need to be served. I teach the children of our local congregation. I enjoy watching them learn more about Jesus Christ. I try to help when I can, and be an example of what I have been taught.