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Hi I'm Michele Lewis

I'm an author and healer. I'm a mother to 6, and mother-in-love to 1. I homeschool some of my children. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I hold true to my values while offering healing. I use prayer for guidance and as a part of the healing processes. I know that the true healing is done only through and because of the Atonement of Jesus Christ. I am just the tool. My family comes first. I know games can be forever. I assist people in allowing their true selves to shine through. In other words, their spirit wants to live in the body and be the guide. Our beliefs and other things prevent that from happening. I help to release the stuff in the way so that the spirit, our true selves, can be in charge as God designed. I can intuitively sense energy.. I am guided to know what to change. It could be releasing energy, it could be adding a positive energy, it could be simply loving what is, or letting go of our physical stuff and maybe even changing how we dress. Mikki Ann is a pen name I use as a children's author. My books are filled with the spirit of Christ and valuable lessons for life. Watch for the release of Gabriella's Gift, my first children's book. I'm currently writing young adult fiction, guaranteed to be a clean, fun read. I will probably have a pen name and hope to publish in summer 2017. I'm also an author of personal improvement books including one on my healing technique, available spring 2017. And another about finding your true self in summer 2017. I love music. I love to write and read. I have a passion for what makes us tick as human beings. I absolutely love the gospel of Jesus Christ!

Why I am a Mormon

My mom's side of the family was mostly Utah Pioneers. On my dad's side, my great-grandparents all joined the church in their various countries. I was born into a half active family. As I grew I chose whether to go to church or not. When I was in high school I considered the church was probably true because my grandmother gave up riches to come to America for the gospel. Then I decided to find out for myself. I went through some pretty trying times, including a baby out of wedlock. In my repentance process, I discovered the gospel is true. It feels right and when I have gotten off track my life feels empty until I come fully back to the gospel. The greatest peace I know comes when I am fully engaged in the gospel and relying on my Savior, Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

I am currently choosing and leading music for our main meeting, Sacrament Meeting. I love the spirit music brings, the testimony it shares. I'm blessed to use my talents to serve our congregation. I love to share my testimony whenever I can. I had the privilege of sending my oldest son as a missionary to the Philippines. He's now married in a forever family. I visit temples often to give those who have passed an opportunity to accept the gospel. I love that they get to choose, and I hope they choose the gospel.

What is the Atonement of Jesus Christ? Why was it necessary for Jesus Christ to sacrifice His life?

Michele Lewis
The Atonement of Jesus Christ is the reason I can go on each day. I made mistakes, some big ones, some small. There was no way I could have made up for many of them. Without my Savior suffering for me I would never be whole enough to return to Father. Besides the things I know I have done wrong there are also many little things I may not be aware of yet. It is comforting to know that I don't have to be perfect, just do my best, in order to make it back to my Heavenly Father's presence. I believe the Atonement covers more then our wrongdoing. The atonement allows us to let go of hurt, anger, and other past emotions. It allows us to love and forgive the past and those who have wronged us. I believe all healing comes because of and through the Atonement. Without the Atonement, we'd have no reason to heal, to live, and no hope of glory after death. Show more Show less