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Hi I'm Ragan

I was born/raised in MT, but have have been fortunate to live in several geographical locations including: TX, MO and now MN.

About Me

I am married to the man of my dreams, Chris, and between the two of us, we have 3 children. We live a very simple, comfortable and happy life in Northeastern Minnesota. I work full time as an eLearning Specialist at a local community college and I also own my own direct sales/home-based business. I am passionate about helping people regain control over their health and wellness.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the Church, both my parents are members. My father converted to the Church after my parents were married. In my life I have been both active and in-active. I have struggled with Mormonism and have sought other churches to participate in and worship. However, I have never found one that I felt "at-home" at, so like a boomerang, I have always come back to where my roots were. I have a long way to go in my journey and the building up of my testimony, but I know I am exactly where God wants me to be right now.

How I live my faith

My spiritual journey has taken me on many different paths. I have often wax/waned in my faith and have been active and in-active more times then I can count. About a year ago I embarked on a journey to reacquaint myself with God and try to live a more Christ-like existence. I started reading the Bible and in one year completed reading it from cover to cover. To say that my soul has been fundamentally changed would be an understatement. Circumstances, beliefs and principles that I was making difficulty, suddenly became easy. My journey is not over, but I can say with true conviction that God is working miracles in my life. I know that Christ died so that I may have life and be forgiven of my sins. I am not perfect and that is o.k.