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Hi I'm Sarah

I'm a mother of triplet toddlers with another one on the way! I'm a singer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a wife to a wonderful, supportive husband. I'm a mother to triplets - two sons and a daughter and our family will soon welcome another little girl. I am a singer. I am passionate about music, education, enriching literature, and taking care of my not-so-typical family.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a family where my parents were eagerly trying to live the gospel. My dad is a convert to the Church, and my mother had poor health, so we didn't always attend meetings as frequently as we should have. My parents encouraged us to seek our own testimonies from a young age. I remember struggling at 7 years old with the decision to be baptized. I knew the choice would require great commitment on my part, and I wasn't sure I wanted to live that way. I prayed and was given a distinct answer to my questions while witnessing my older cousin be baptized. I have never doubted that decision in the last 20 years. The Church has been the only stronghold in my life as I witnessed my parents' marriage fall apart, my father turn away from the Church, my mother pass away, and many other difficult trials. I know with all of my heart that this church is true. I know that the Lord directs my path and has guided me to find joy amidst adversity.

How I live my faith

Currently, I am working with the 8 year old boys in our Church through the Cub Scouting program. I get to plan activities that will help to build their character and hopefully strengthen them in a world of turmoil. I, also, try to make our meetings lots of fun and a good opportunity for them to burn off some energy! Before I had my babies, I taught the young children, ages 18 months to 12 years, to sing beautiful music about our Savior. It was one of the highlights of my week!

Why is family so important to Mormons?

We believe that the family is central to God's plan for His children. We believe that we will be with our families throughout eternity, so it is important to cultivate good family relationships while we are here together on Earth. Show more Show less