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Hi I'm Angela

I grew up in Sugar City Idaho. I'm a wife, a homemaker, and a mom of two amazing kids. I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I'm living my dream as a stay-at-home mom! This has been my career for almost 20 years and soon I will be an empty nester. While raising my kids, I have enjoyed cleaning/organizing/decorating the various homes I've lived in, reading and writing, jigsaw puzzles, gospel music and serving in church callings. I attended BYU as a young adult and am still a true blue Cougar fan!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I was taught by love and example from a young age that Jesus Christ is my Savior, that he loves me and has a plan for me, and that if I follow him and keep his commandments, I will be happy on earth and someday have the chance to live with him again. I knew this was true as a child, and as an adult have gained my own strong testimony of this beautiful truth. I am not perfect and my life has not been perfect. I have experienced my share of trials and tears, but as I look back, and as I look forward I have hope! Hope in what I've learned and what I'm still learning as I go. Why am I a Mormon? Because I know who I am. I am a child of God and he loves me. I know that His Plan for me, The Plan of Salvation, is the way to eternal happiness for not only me, but also my family and all of His children who will choose to follow Him. This knowledge brings me peace and joy! How grateful I am for this knowledge!

How I live my faith

It's been my privilege over the years of being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to be involved with the children's program, our youth programs, and the largest women's organization in the world. Our Cub Scout and Scouting affiliation with the BSA helped my son to become an Eagle Scout, and my daughter is still involved in our youth program but has earned the highest achievement offered. I'm grateful for opportunities that have helped myself, my husband, my son, and my daughter to step out of our comfort zones, to look beyond ourselves, and learn to love and serve and become more Christ-like.