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Hi I'm Suzanne

I'm one of nine children, I'm a swim team coach, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently attending BYU-Idaho but grew up in VA. I love the East coast and plan to live there as long as I am able. I am in love with swimming and have been a swim team coach for about three years now. My biggest desire in life is to be a wife and a mother and I cannot wait until God blesses me with that opportunity.

Why I am a Mormon

I have not always been an active Mormon. I remember a distinct moment when I knew this church was true. I was attending BYU-Idaho and one of my roommates ended up passing out in the middle of the night and we had to rush her to the hospital. Not knowing what to do or what was wrong with her, I called one of my male friends and asked if he could come give her a blessing. Immediately he woke up and rushed to the hospital (in his pajamas). The doctors would not let him back to see her so he stuck around until they let us take her home. He set up a chair in the living room and gave her a Priesthood Blessing of healing. My male friend had never met my roommate before but you would have never known. The words that came out of his mouth during this blessing were so powerful and I knew without a shadow of a doubt they were coming straight from God himself. I will never forget that day and I know that is when I can say that I was truly converted. Ever since then, I have not had a doubt in my mind that this church is true. I will forever be a member of this church and I am proud to call myself a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I attend church at a singles ward in Rexburg, Idaho. I currently serve in the Relief Society presidency and it has really given me a greater appreciation for the way the Lord has set up this church. Relief Society is an organization that includes all women over the age of 18. It is such a blessing to serve these women and I really have grown to love each and every one.