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Hi I'm Lindsay

I grew up in Denver, Colorado. I gradated from Brigham Young University with a degree in dietetics. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I graduated from BYU with my degree in Dieteics. I am passionate about the importance of taking care of our bodies. I love cooking new dishes and baking delicious treats! I also enjoy crafts and being creative. From sewing to making jewlery, I love it all. I love learning new skills; I am currently enrolled in two free online classes via BYU Independent Study. Making learning a lifelong pursuit is extremely important to me. I have held many different positions of responsibility in my life - sister, daughter, friend, student, employee, etc. I recently added being a wife and a mother to this list. These positions are the greatest responsibilities I have ever been given, and also the most rewarding. More than anything, I love spending time with my family! We love to read books, play games, go on walks or hikes, do housework together, and simply enjoy one anothers' company. Each day is a gift, and I am making sure that I treasure this special time with my husband and baby.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into this church, so I can't begin to imagine what it is like to live life without it. My parents always encouraged me to find ou for myself if this church is true. They ecouraged me to remain true to the Mormon faith, but they never forced me to do anything. As I studied the scriptures and prayed, I came to know for myself that His church is true. I have seen how the principles taught in this church help me become a better person. The results of living these principles have only been good, so how could they not come from God? I know that God is the source of all things that are good, and I know that keepig His commandments and staying close to Him only brings about good things in our lives. This does not mean that bad things never happen. We are human, and we live in a world surrounded by humans. Our bodies are subject to disease and harm. However, the gospel of Jesus Christ is beautiful to me because it has allowed me to roll with the ups and downs that are inherent with life, and continue to be happy inspite of all things. I know that this comes from living a life that is centered on the Savior, Jesus Christ. He is truly the source of all joy. I know that He lives and that He loves us. He came to earth and suffered for our sins so that we could have the opportunity to return and live with God and our families again. I know that He wants us to be happy, and we can be happy if we will follow His example. He has not left us without direction. Just as they had prophets in the Bible, we have prophets today that lead and guide us! Thomas S. Monson is a prophet of God in our day. He guides us and directs us by speaking the words of the Lord. I know that this gospel is true - I know it with all of my heart because I have lived it. It changes lives. It changes my life every day, and it can change yours too if you let it.

How I live my faith

In my opinion, one of the most beautiful things about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the opportunities that it provides for members to grow. We become more united with each other and with Jesus Christ by sacrificing our time and effors to help keep His church organized. I have had many opportunities to contribute by serving in different positions, each of which has taught me different lessons and strengthened my conviction to my beliefs. I currently serve as a member of a committee that plans activites for all of the women in our area. We plan activities every month that meet the spiritual, emotional, and social needs of our sisters. I know that by serving in this way, I am providing opportunities for the women of God's church to meet together and become more united. Furthermore, I am able to help plan activities that will uplift and strengthen the women so that they are more equipped to face any trials or hardships that they are curretly experiencing or will experience in the future. As members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, we are expected to take care of each other. We do as the Savior would do if He were here with us. I find this principle incredibly comforting and uplifting. Each woman is assigned a companion; together, they take care of two or three sisters. This is called visiting teaching, and I know that it is an inspired program. As a visiting teacher, I go with my companion every month to visit our sisters and share an uplifting message. Additionally, I keep in touch with my sisters throughout the month to make sure that they are doing alright. If there is ever any service needed, my companion and I are the first to step in and help. The Lord is so aware of His children. Visting teaching has given me the opportunity to reach out to other women and become more aware of the love that God has for His children. Living my faith continually blesses my own life and the lives of others.