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Hi I'm Stephanie

I grew up in Virginia and Utah, I am a studying Elementary Education, I am a wife, and I am a Mormon!

About Me

I was born in Virginia and lived there until I was 13. Then moved to Utah with my family. I am a college student study early childhood and elementary education and was recently married to a wonderful husband. In my free time I love to sew, play games, and spend time with my family.

Why I am a Mormon

I love being a Mormon! Being a Mormon brings so much comfort and joy into my life. I have grown up in the church my whole life, but I learned for myself why I wanted to be Mormon my freshmen year of collage. I struggled a lot that year. My friends had all gone to a different college and I had difficult roommates. The thing that brought me the most comfort that year was being a member of the LDS church. I loved the comfort that going to church, reading my scriptures, and saying my prayers brought me. I knew that I had a Father in Heaven who loved me and I could talk to him through prayer whenever I needed. After my freshmen year of college, I knew I would always be a Mormon. I know that I have someone who I can turn to when trials come. I know that I can live with my family forever! I know that there is a living prophet on Earth today. I know that Joseph Smith was a true prophet. I know that reading the scriptures can bring me comfort. I love being a Mormon and I always will be.

How I live my faith

I love to spend time with my family and grow closer to them through studying the Gospel. To me the home is the place where I can find peace. Together my husband and I pray and read scriptures to bring a peaceful spirit into our home. On Sundays, we go to church together where we learn about the gospel of Jesus Christ. We also love to look for people around us who we can serve. Service brings so much joy into our lives.