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Hi I'm Jacque

I'm a Mormon. I grew up in Charlotte, NC. Went to BYU. Living in Moncks Corner, SC. I'm a Mommy of two and massage therapist.

About Me

My husband and I met while attending BYU-Provo in 2003. We've now been married for 7 1/2 years, and now have two wonderful children. I work at my husband's chiropractic office as a massage therapist, and am a stay-at-home Mom the rest of the time. Love both my jobs! Especially being with my kids! I work with the Young Women in our ward and LOVE IT! They are great girls! I enjoy running. I love to bake! And love reading with my kids. When I get a chance, I love to quilt too!

Why I am a Mormon

My three brothers and I grew up in the church My parents are converts of 33 years. I am SO very grateful for the church. I have relied on it extensively at any and every point in my life. I am so grateful for a living prophet today-Presiden Thomas S. Monson. I am so grateful for the atonement of Jesus Christ, and for the Prophet Joseph Smith who restored The Church of Jesus Christ to the earth in the latter-days. I am so grateful the opportunities our church provides us to serve and help others. I am SO very grateful for temples, temple marriages, and eternal families. The church has blessed my life in more ways then I could have ever imagined. I am so grateful for the peace, stability, reassurance, and faith that I feel every Sunday at church. I truly feel rejuvenated every Sunday. I always have a happy feeling when I go to church:)

How I live my faith

I just keep faith and try my best. I am far from perfect. I just figure that Heavenly Father makes up the difference. In our callings, at church, and at home. I work with the youth at church. And love it! Our youth are so amazing, and talented. I love to visit teach the sisters in our ward, and feel it is such an intricate part of fellowshipping in the church. I always appreciate recieving letters, gifts, phonecalls, and visits from my visiting teachers.