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Hi I'm Chattie

I'm a student. a teacher, a mother, a wife, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to learn. Then I like to take what I've learned and share it with others. Either by passing on the knowledge directly or using my new skills to serve others. I've taken classes for gardening, landscaping, cake decorating. I've been trained in helping others with tax returns. I have spent the last twenty-eight years making my children my career and having a fabulous time. Now I am moving on to new things and am looking forward to traveling more and learning even more.

Why I am a Mormon

The reason I became a Mormon is because my mother had the strength and understanding to listen to the missionaries who came to her door, then taught the rest of us. I am still a Mormon because it is God's church on the earth and is led by His Son, Jesus Christ. And I believe it is His truth. I love the fact that He has given us a prophet to follow, so that we will never be wandering alone through this life. Being a Mormon and having the Gospel in my life is my source of joy. It is who I am. I can no more separate myself from the principles taught in this church than I could separate myself from my bodies functions. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is what guides my actions every day.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith through serving others. Whether it is little things like letting someone go ahead of me in the checkout line at the store or more involved service. I have had the privilege of helping senior citizens with their tax returns for the last two years. I think when the Lord asked Peter to "feed my sheep" He meant more than just pumping them full of the gospel. I think He meant for us to share our faith and belief through service and compassion. I also try to live my faith by strengthening my family members, both immediate and extended, as well as other members in my ward. I love teaching. Right now I have the opportunity to teach 10-year-olds. Ten is a wonderful age where the children can both learn and teach.