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Hi I'm Rahni

I'm a mother of two, a homemaker, and a bookworm. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Being a wife, mother, and homemaker has always been very important to me. Like other children, I went through a long and varied list of what I wanted to be when I grew up, but no matter what my current interest was at the time, I knew that the most important place for me to be was in the home. Now I am blessed with the opportunity to be a stay-at-home mother of two wonderful boys. I love watching them learn and grow and to me there is nothing more rewarding than their sweet expressions of love. In the meantime I do what I can to develop myself personally, which involves a lot of reading whenever I get the chance.

Why I am a Mormon

 I grew up as a member of the church, so the gospel has always been a part of my life. Similar to how I know the sun will rise each morning, I know the gospel is true. All of the principles I've been taught make perfect sense to me. They feel natural and right. I also know that if I am ever confused or in doubt, all I need to do is take my concerns to the Lord in prayer and He will answer me because He is our loving Heavenly Father who knows and loves each of us personally as his children.

How I live my faith

 Choosing to be a stay at home mom is a large part of how I live my faith. I believe in the importance of building strong families and do my best to teach my children about Heavenly Father and Jesus. I have noticed that when I pray and read my scriptures on a daily basis, I perform better as a mother and am more open to inspiration as to where my priorities should be. As I follow that inspiration, I live my faith by doing my best to become the sort of person Heavenly Father wants me to be.

What do Mormons believe about the nature of God?

 As we come to understand the relationship between a parent and child, we will better understand the relationship between us and our Heavenly Father. We are his children. He knows each of us by name. He loves us. He wants what is best for us. He wants us to be happy. Sometimes we make unwise decisions which lead to unpleasant consequences--He grieves. Sometimes bad things happen to us which were outside of our control--He empathizes. Prayer is our method of communicating with Him and is a two-way exchange--as we pour out our hearts, He will give comfort, guidance, and answers. When we do what He has asked He rewards us with blessings. If we reject Him, He will always be patiently waiting and hoping for us to return back to him. His love for us is unconditional and eternal. Show more Show less