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Hi I'm Cassie

I'm a stay-at-home mom. I love to sing, read books, and enjoy time with my family. I'm a Mormon!

About Me

Hi, I'm Cassie. I'm a wife & homemaker and spend my days learning from and teaching my little boy. Some days seem to go on forever and other times I wish those little hands would stay the same forever. Parenthood is definitely one of the greatest gifts I have received. I'm more of a reserved gal who enjoys quiet, alone time, but I also love to belt out a good song, get to know who people are, and read a good book.

Why I am a Mormon

This gospel brings such clarity into my life. I know who I am, I know where I came from, where I'm going, and how to get there. The gospel helps me be the happiest "me" because it teaches me what is necessary to be close to Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ, and what things will be a hindrance. I have learned the truthfulness of the gospel through the influence of the Holy Ghost. It has been so strong at times while studying the personal ministry of the Savior, that I felt such a burning confirmation of the reality of Him as our Savior. As a Mormon, I know I'm not alone. Not only do I have a vast ward family and friends who visit me in the home monthly, but I know that the God of this Universe is there for me . . . whenever I need Him. And he is able to succor me through the suffering and atonement of my Savior, Jesus Christ. Since my family is my most treasured possession, it is such a blessing and relief to know that I can be with them forever. It's not just "til death do us part," but "for eternity we're never apart." I'm also grateful for the constant guidance we receive through a living prophet who speaks for our Heavenly Father. It is such a unique thing to have modern revelation, and I know I have been blessed when I follow his words.

How I live my faith

Currently I am teaching the 7 year old children in church. They are so full of energy and brightness, and have such good questions. ( Sometimes they even stump me! ) I feel good knowing I am helping them learn the basic principles that will help shape their testimonies of Jesus Christ for years to come. In addition, I have been carrying out my goals to do family history by participating in the family search indexing program and finding my ancestors. It really brings a rush when I know I have found someone new.