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Hi I'm Tracey Suzanne

About Me

I am a redhead, a Nurse, a mother of a beautiful and talented daughter. I am interested in health and wellness, dance, travel, and cooking.

Why I am a Mormon

I was baptized in the Baptist Church when I was a 14. I fell away from the church when I was 18. I became active again when I had my daughter. I went to many different churches, liking many, but always feeling like there was "something missing". I have had some very difficult times in my life and when I had to move recently, my friend Patty, a Mormon, said she could help me move. She, and an entire flock of her Mormon friends came to my rescue. I ended up speaking to some of the missionaries quite a few times, and here I am, baptized and with the Mormon church. I feel that void is filled. I am happy and content. I feel like my family has grown one-hundred-fold!

How I live my faith

Since I just started going to my Ward, I haven't started participating on a regular basis other that going to the services and Sunday School. I have met with the ladies and put together packages to be sent to the warehouse as they are needed. I also have gone to several events to learn all I can about what is available.

What is faith?

Tracey Suzanne
Faith is believing in something that is true, but cannot be seen. Sometimes faith means taking a tiny little step forward and sometimes it means taking a huge leap. Show more Show less

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

Tracey Suzanne
No... they help everyone! As my story above relates, they were more than willing to help me when I needed it, with no expectation in return. But, they also help with so many other things like when there are natural disasters and with humanitarian aid. They constantly help others, and gratefully do so. Show more Show less

Are Mormons Christians?

Tracey Suzanne
Mormons believe in Christ, so that makes them Christians. Show more Show less