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Hi I'm Mykie Masse'

I am an advocate at a domestic violence shelter and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a small town in southern Oregon. I am currently living with my husband in Indiana. I am the mother of 3 boys, mother-in-law of two daughters and grandmother of 4 grandchildren.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints since I was 10 years old. During most of my formative years church was something we did on Sunday. There came a time when I had to make a decision whether I wanted the gospel of Jesus Christ to be the most important part of my life. I no longer could be a fence sitter. I remember listening to the prophet and apostles testify of the gospel of Jesus Christ. I knew at that moment that these inspired men knew for a fact what they were testifying was true. I knew I had to know for myself. With fasting, prayer, scripture study, and asking questions I have now have my own personal testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Our Savior lived, he died and atoned for our sins and he lives again. The best person I can be and become is through The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

How I live my faith

I have the privilege of working at a domestic violence shelter. As I talk to these women who are physically, emotionally and spiritually broken down by abuse I am cognizant of our Heavenly Father's love for them. Heavenly Father knows them by name and knows their pain. My prayer is that I will be an instrument for good in their lives, and that they may know that they are not alone.