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Hi I'm Adrienne

I am a mother of four beautiful daughters. I love sports, crafting, sewing, and games. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My husband and I have been married for 14 years and have 4 daughters. I went back to school and received my Associate's Degree when I was 32. I am still slowly working towards my Bachelor's Degree. One of my daughter's was diagnosed with cancer when she was 5 years old. While she was undergoing chemotherapy treatments I found out that I was pregnant with our fourth baby. Life was so stressful and at times it seemed as if I wasn't strong enough to face another day. I hated watching my baby in such pain, both physical and emotional. I know I would not have been able to get through this trial without knowing that I had a Heavenly Father who loved me and my daughter. Though I never want to face this trial again, our family was blessed with daily miracles.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I always knew that the Church was true but never prayed for a confirmation from The Spirit of the truthfulness. When I turned 18 I stopped going to church. I started partying and "living life to the fullest." I was doing everything the world deems is fun, but I wasn't happy. I felt empty. I married a wonderful man who made me very happy. We had 2 daughters and had a great little family but I still felt something missing in my life. One day my husband told me it was time for us to start going to church. I knew this is what I had been missing in my life. I prayed and asked Heavenly Father to help me know if The Church was really true. Immediately I felt so much warmth all around me and knew without a doubt that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was true! Even though I had been raised in the church I was never truly converted until that moment. Since that day, no matter how difficult life may seem I know I am never alone. I know that Jesus Christ is my Savior. I know He loves me and that my Heavenly Father loves me. I have been comforted many times with the knowledge that my family can be together even after death. I love this doctrine of the Gospel.

How I live my faith

I go and visit other women and families throughout the month to get to them better and find out their needs. I talk to members of my faith and not of my faith about the Gospel of Jesus Christ.