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Hi I'm Hannah Crepeau

I'm a Brazilian at heart. I'm a marketing professional, wife and leader. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a recent college graduate and wife to a pre-med student. My husband and I were married on February 22, 2014. I work as a marketing professional and have a passion for business. When I'm not at work, I'm spending time with my husband. I love going on rides on my beach cruiser, doing yoga, cooking and shopping. Although I grew up in Utah, I spent a year and a half living in Brazil. I love the Brazilian food, culture, music and especially the people. I love Portuguese. My husband speaks fluent Spanish. We try to communicate speaking both Portuguese and Spanish... I think it's easier for me than it is for him. Regardless, we love Latin music and culture and have plans to travel throughout Latin America and the world. We're normal people with seemingly normal lives. One thing I've learned since being married is that love and service make everything seem more magical.

Why I am a Mormon

Although I grew up in the Church, I've had to find out for myself if it was true. God has blessed me with small evidences and experiences throughout my life that have made me into the person I am today. I know that God lives and that He speaks to us through revelation and through His living prophets. I know that He loves me and has a plan for me. One of the most important reasons why I am a Mormon is the power of God that is contained in His church. Through God's priesthood, I have been sealed to my handsome husband for eternity. I know I can be with my family forever and that is why I practice my faith daily. I love the Lord and my Savior. I'm so grateful for His sacrifice that allows us to become perfect and live with our families forever.

How I live my faith

I currently live my faith by serving with the young women in my ward (congregation). We worship together on Sundays and have activities together on Wednesday. I also try to live my faith by studying my scriptures daily and constantly praying to God. I also try to serve my wonderful husband. We pray together and try to attend the temple often. We know that in the temple, our love can increase and we can be reminded of who we are and the promises we've made to God. I'm definitely not perfect and I make a lot of mistakes. I believe that part of living my faith is looking to Christ for forgiveness of my sins. I am so passionate about the atonement. God gave us the gift of His matchless Son, which allows us to change and become better daily. That's what faith is all about: Change and improvement.