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Hi I'm Sarah

I grew up in England, I have a degree in early childhood studies, I'm a mother to three children and I'm a Mormon

About Me

I am a mother to three lovely children who I feel very lucky to have. I really enjoy going on road trips with the girls and having fun together. I love hanging out with my family and most importantly laughing together.

Why I am a Mormon

I was brought up in the church by loving parents. I was an active member until I turned 18, I then lost focus of what was important to me. I really wanted to feel like I fit in with my friends who were not members. So i began going out with them more and more. I thought this would make me feel like I belonged, like I would be accepted by society but what I actually found was that it made me feel sad, insecure and I felt even more lost. When I decided to actively go back to church I finally felt the peace I had been missing for so long. I felt and feel a sense of comfort inside knowing I can always rely on a loving Heavenly Father for support and guidance.

How I live my faith

I'm currently serving in young women's, which is an organisation set up for girls aged between 12-18. We organise activities for the girls once a week for them to come together and have fun, learn new skills and accomplish service projects. We also have weekly worship together so we can learn more about Jesus Christ. I feel really lucky to be currently serving in this roll and am enjoying being able to strength my faith through working with the girls.

What do Mormons believe about “eternal life?”

To me family is the most important thing, one of the things I love most about the church is that family is at its centre. If i try my best and live the commandments it makes me so happy to know ill be able to be with my family forever. That even after we die we will be together again. Show more Show less