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Hi I'm Marsha R Miskin

I grew up in Idaho. I love creating Mormon novels, playing the piano and watching my grandchildren grow. I'm a Mormon

About Me

My hobbies are writing, music, and painting. I love teaching piano to my grandchildren. Recently, I starting crocheting again. I love making special gifts for people. I received a Master's degree when I was 59 years old. I love to listen to people tell about their lives. I am also very interested in Family history/Genealogy work. I love teaching Sociology as an adjunct teacher and also in church.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the church but also have a testimony. My testimony is based on my spiritual experiences with Heavenly Father. Especially during trials, I have found that He is there to support and comfort me and impress me with ideas of how to get through hard things. I continually read the scriptures to learn more and increase my testimony of Jesus Christ and His sacrifice. I know he loves us. I learned about Him through the teachings of the Church, by continually attending and serving in the church and by reading the scriptures and trying to live like Jesus did. When I listen to or read the words of the Prophets, I know that they speak for God and have personal knowledge of Him. The things the church asks us to do are for our benefit and for leading us back to our Heavenly Father. I know that we are spirit children of a divine being who loves us. His plan is to help us be happy.

How I live my faith

In my church, I teach the Adults. We discuss many things that are contained in our scriptures and study more about how to live the way our church teaches. I share my testimony about the role of the Savior in our lives. In the past, I taught Sociology classes at a Utah college - subjects like Family, Race relations, Research methods, social problems and life-span development. I love visiting teaching because I meet so many interesting people and make new friends.