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Hi I'm Aimee

Six Kids! 24 hours a day! Laundry as deep as my waist! And lovin' every minute of it (well not the laundry :)!!! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

 I am a full time mother, who discovered the glory of motherhood along the way. I keep finding myself getting educated along the way as well. I find learning to be one of the most fun parts of being alive. Whether I am learning in a school setting, which I keep experiencing as a mother, or learning from books at home, I think there is not enough time to learn all the fascinating things there are to know in this life. The things I love to learn about most though, and to share with my kids, are the things of God. I love to teach them of their Savior and of eternity. It is the joy of my life to teach my children the things I have learned.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a member of this church because I know it is true. I have read the Book of Mormon and each time I finish I am reimpressed that this book is a powerful testimony that Jesus Christ lived and saved all mankind from the effects of the fall. I know that He came and spoke to Joseph Smith and taught Joseph all that had been lost from the Earth. He gave Joseph the authority to have us baptized for remission of sins, if we repent, thus giving us the necessary thing that saves us from the fall. I will be eternally grateful to my Father in Heaven and His beloved Son Jesus Christ for leading me to this truth and blessing my life so deeply. 

How I live my faith

 I teach children and young people what I know to be true. I teach them on Sunday in church or during the weekdays at activities. I love to see their happy faces as I teach them, but truly more often than not they are the ones who have taught me. Young people know that God lives, they can feel Him in their lives, they need strong adults to tell them this is a worthy pursuit and to encourage them. That is what I hope to be for them.

What does Mormonism teach regarding baptism?

 Baptism with proper authority is required for us to be able to live with God again. That authority was lost after Jesus' Apostles were killed. That authority has been returned to the earth today through Joseph Smith, a prophet of the Lord Jesus Christ. Show more Show less