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Hi I'm Hannahrose

I'm a stay-at-home-mom, a transcriptionist, a convert, a wife, and a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a mother and a transcriptionist. I've been married for 4 years and it's wonderful. My husband and I have known each other since we were teenagers. He is my best friend. Marriage is hard work but is so worth it. In order to build a good foundation for our daughter, we know that we have to become closer and work hard at strengthening our relationship.

Why I am a Mormon

I wasn't raised in any church or religion. Both of my parents had been raised Catholic but hadn't attended or practiced at all for a long time. (My parents also aren't and weren't together.) My mom started attending church when I was 13. Around the time she got baptized, I began attending church as well. From then on, I attended all church meetings, including youth activities, church camps, etc. I also attended early morning seminary, which is a weekday meeting of youth 14 to 18 before school. From 5:45 a.m. until 6:45 a.m. we would study the scriptures, have discussions, and play games. This was one of the highlights of my high school career. I continued to be faithful and learn more about the Gospel for 3 1/2 years. During those years, most people forgot that I wasn't technically a member of the church. I finally decided to be baptized when I was 16 1/2. Since I began attending church, 10 years ago now, my life has been pretty darn good. I know if I hadn't had the guidance of my friends and church leaders that I would probably have gone down quite a different path and made some bad choices. I am so thankful for my Savior and for the knowledge of His Gospel. It isn't necessarily easy to be one out of two members in my entire family, but it helps to know that it is worth it. There are a lot of things I believe, and a lot of things I hope for. One thing I know is that there is a God and He loves me. Because I know that, I also know that Jesus lives and that He atoned for me and for everyone else. I believe in all of the teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and I testify of the truthfulness of the Gospel.

How I live my faith

My husband and I attend church every Sunday together, have family prayer, personal prayer, and study the scripture. We teach our daughter as best as we can. I am young and relatively inexperienced, so I think sometimes it is hard to figure everything out. I am blessed, comfortable, and try to learn every day. I pray to know what God would have me do to better myself and to help others. I try to follow Jesus Christ as best as I can. I love reading stories or watching movies about the pioneers because it helps me realize how incredibly fortunate I am and how wonderfully true the Gospel of Jesus Christ is.

Do Mormons worship Joseph Smith?

Hannahrose
No, we do not worship Joseph Smith. He is held in the same category as Moses or Noah; a prophet of God who did wonderful things. We worship God (our Heavenly Father) and His son Jesus (our brother). Show more Show less