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Hi I'm Kim

I'm a mother of four energetic boys, and a cycling enthusiast--and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mom and I use my education in the culinary arts and hospitality management to keep my home and family running smoothly. I dedicate my life to motherhood and educating my children. I love cycling and ride 100 mile century rides with my sister throughout Utah. I raise chickens and bunnies and spend a lot of time gardening and landscaping.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the church and I am thankful for my parents who always honestly answered my questions about the church and the church's history. They taught me that by the power of the Holy Ghost, you can know the truth of all things. While in college, I left the church and explored other options and did not find any happiness or peace there. Eventually, after a lot of soul-searching and contemplation, I gained a real and solid testimony that active membership in the church was not only good for me--It was necessary for me to find the peace I was longing for. At that point I had a new conviction to test the promises of God, and have tried to live the gospel completely ever since. I feel like my heart was changed those many years ago, and I have never been more happy. I find particular joy and hope in the priesthood ordinances found in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I am so thankful for the Temple, the House of the Lord! Temple ordinances give me hope that I can live forever with my family!

How I live my faith

In the church, I teach young children about Jesus Christ and God's plan for us. Children have amazing faith in God and can easily feel the Holy Ghost testify of the truthfulness of what they learn at church. The things I teach, along with what they are learning from their parents and other teachers will help them become honest and caring citizens, strong leaders, faith-filled missionaries, and dedicated parents.