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Hi I'm Caisie

I grew up in utah. I am a daughter, sister, student, and wife. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently a college student studying Social Work. I'm anxious to get into the workforce and practice skills that I am developing. I have been married for just over a year and we are both excited to graduate in the next few years and start a family. I love to sew and create things and as well as search for vintage treasures. Decorating my house is one of my most favorite things to do!

Why I am a Mormon

Because I grew up in circumstances where some of my family are not members of the church, there have been times in my life where I really had to debate what I believed and what felt right to me. I was baptized when I was eight, however, conversion doesn't stop at baptism. We all experience trials growing up, some small and some large. I believe God gives us trials so that we can come to know Him and His desires for us. I am comfortable saying that my testimony has come through trials and difficult times that have come in life. I was forced on my knees and had to pray to Heavenly Father, through Jesus Christ, to know if being a member of the LDS church was the right thing. My answer has not come all at once, but gradually, as I have had faith and continued to keep the commandments. I am to a point in my life where I know the LDS church is true and I know what God and the Lord Jesus Christ want for me, and that is to return to live with them again. I have seen His gospel work in my life and I love the Savior Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

One of the most influential ways I live my faith is by loving my family and by building habits in our home that are centered around the teachings of Christ. Some of those teachings include honesty, love, charity, and faith. We believe it is very important to establish these principles now, so that when we have children they will know what standards we have in our home. I have been called to watch over the women in our ward and look out for any who are in need so that we can collaborate and find ways to help each other. I am so thankful for my calling because it has helped me to look beyond myself and my own wishes.