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Hi I'm Malissa

I'm an interior designer, a swimmer, a flautist, a skater. I love my husband, my family, my Savior. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm the youngest of four kids, and grew up with a love for camping, competitive swimming, and playing the flute embedded deep inside me. I always knew what I wanted to study: Interior Design. I attended LDS Business College to receive my degree in design, and met my husband while attending there. We're newly-weds, working to find our niche in the business world and to strengthen our wonderful relationship every day.

Why I am a Mormon

My family has been members of the Church for generations, but that doesn't mean I didn't need to be converted to it or need to develop my own understanding and testimony of it. The Church is a very personal thing for me. Through honest prayer, scripture study, and faith, I have received answers and confirmations that Jesus Christ directs this Church through modern prophets and apostles. To receive these answers, I sometimes have had to take a step of faith into the dark, but as I have done so I have always found that my Heavenly Father is there to reward and strongly confirm my faith. This Church is true, and its work is good. We follow a prophet who is counselled and lead by Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. The Restoration of the true Church was brought about by a simple boy, Joseph Smith, who had been called and strengthened by God to do a great and necessary work.

How I live my faith

I not only love to attend Church weekly, but I love to read the Book of Mormon, Bible, and words of living prophets every day. I have been asked to serve within the Church by being a counselor to the Young Women in our congregation. I share my testimony with them by teaching Sunday lessons and planning weekday activities. These young women bless my life so much! I also attend the LDS Temple very often with my husband, where we make and renew promises with God and with each other. By doing these things faithfully, I have developed a personal testimony of the truthfulness of this Church and the true joy that being a member of it brings.