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Hi I'm Daisy

I'm a wife, full-time mom and part-time operations director. I love organized chaos, writing, pilates, and making spreadsheets.

About Me

I went to BYU for ballroom dance camp two summers in a row when I was in college, and during this time, I had to sign the honor code and abide by the BYU honor code. I still had very little insight into what being Mormon meant or what they believed, but I knew some basics, or so I thought. After graduating college, I went to work for an accounting firm, and a large number of recruits were from BYU. Every time I met someone from BYU, I would declare, "You must be Mormon then!" without realizing how outspoken I was being (and intimidating the other co-workers nearby). In my mid 20's, something seemed to be missing and I wanted to know the greater purpose of my life. Randomly, I ended up talking to a Mormon co-worker about his religion and he invited me to Church with his family. I didn't take the invitation seriously, but I was intrigued and began reading about what Mormons believed through Mormon.org. I watched some videos (it was a different website than the revamped one now), and felt emotional, able to relate to a lot of the feelings these people were expressing in wanting to know what more to life there was. I saw an option to chat live with the missionaries and feeling safe online, I went ahead and began chatting with them. Long story short - I ended up taking discussions, checking out a Church with some co-workers, and mustered up the courage to pray and ask if all of this stuff was real or not. Once I knew it was real, I had to get baptized. So I did!

Why I am a Mormon

I prayed for God to help me understand if the gospel, the fully restored gospel of Jesus Christ, was true. Once I knew it was true, I didn't have much choice but to accept it and though it was a huge and often difficult change then... now, I have been forever blessed for my faithfulness and my testimony has only grown since then.

How I live my faith

People say I glow now.. it's the light of Christ. I'm more patient. I'm more honest. I'm more faithful. I know everything given to me, my family, my friends, my talents, my opportunities, are all from God. I go to Church every week to renew my promise to God and to remember Jesus Christ, my savior, for who, without, I would be nothing and have no opportunity for making my past or current wrongs right. But on top of that, I serve others whenever I can. I am not just Christian on Sunday... I am Christian everyday.

Do you really believe there is a prophet like Moses alive today?

Daisy
Why not? Why would God stop communicating with us through a prophet when he did it before? He is the same God then, today, and forever and as such, it would only make sense for him to give us a prophet today as well. Show more Show less