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Hi I'm Madi

I'm a Mormon. I have always lived in the United States of America. I have been married for 29 years and am a mother of 4 sons.

About Me

I love being a mother and a grandmother! I have always loved music and I play piano and sing. The world amazes me and I love to be surrounded by its beauty. In my 50 years of life I have been blessed with the knowledge that I am truly God's daughter. I am always looking for the good things in life and find it everywhere I look. I want to make the world better for others so they can feel the happiness I feel.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a mormon family. My parents are Mormons and my grandparents were Mormons. Their parents were converted to the gospel and came to America to have religious freedom. I was baptized at 8 yrs old by my father. I think I have always know this church is true, but felt a solid testimony really begin to grow when I was 18. I started having spiritual experiences on my own that I knew were true and could never deny it. I am in the conversion process even today and probably always will be. I will never know enough about the Gospel and so I will never stop studying its truths.

How I live my faith

I am an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints. I attend church each Sunday, where I partake of the sacrament. I feel like this is the most important thing I do all week. I also get to teach a Sunday School class for 15 year olds. In this class we study the Gospel and its principles. I love gaining knowledge and finding truth, but what I really love are the kids I teach. When I look at them I see greatness! I also attend Relief Society which is the largest women's group in the world. Our motto is "Charity Never Faileth". I am taught each Sunday truths from the scriptures by other women like me and together we strengthen our testimonies of the Savior Jesus Christ.