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Hi I'm Nikki Johnson

I love the gospel. It has helped me to become more than I believed I could be. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I value relationships and knowledge. I believe that these are the two of most important things we can actually take with us when we die aside from the covenants that we make with our Heavenly Father. This is one of the reasons that I work in a counseling capacity, so I can help others improve their relationships.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because when I was eight years old a Mormon family invited my family to a Family Home Evening activity in their home. I knew that what I had learned about the plan of salvation that night was true and shared my new found belief with my Dad. He prayed to know if it was true also. Eventually my whole family believed and were baptized. We have been sealed for time and all eternity. I am a Mormon because I know the gospel that my church teaches is spiritual truth. If you don't instantly know whether you believe what you have learned, pray to know the truth. I know and believe that prayers are always answered.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by participating in church meetings and activities. Following the president of the church's counsel has served me well. I have much to be grateful for and try to share the blessings that I receive with others.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Nikki Johnson
We believe that families are intended to be a loving support system while we experience our lives. We come together to learn, teach, share joy and happiness, serve one another, all while providing love and strength. This ideal may not be the experience that everyone has in their own family, but it is what we can build for ourselves as we grow if we choose to value it. When we do value our family relationships, we can choose for ourselves to be linked and united eternally. Show more Show less