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Hi I'm Amy

I'm a wife. I'm a mom. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Canada, and then ventured off to college in the States. I married shortly thereafter and delivered my first child two weeks after graduating from college with my Bachelors of Science in Audiology. I quickly decided to put a masters degree on hold so I could become a stay-at-home mother. I am now a mother of six children (5 boys and 1 girl). Other than caring for and raising my children, most of my interests revolve around the arts. I love to sing, play the piano, paint, draw, dance and listen to uplifting music.

Why I am a Mormon

I remember as a young child being taught by my Grandpa very simple truths about the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. He testified to me that I had a purpose to perform on this earth and that I had a loving Heavenly Father that knew me and loved me very much. My Grandpa taught me about the temple, eternal families and the plan of salvation. As he taught me through his tender words, and his kind actions, I felt the Holy Ghost testify to me that what he was saying was true.

How I live my faith

Life is busy. My oldest child is 12 and my youngest is 2. To help us stay focused on the most important things in life, my husband and I find it essential to daily teach our children the gospel of Jesus Christ. Every morning and every night we sit our little ones around us and together we study the scriptures and the words of our latter-day prophets. We then pray together, thanking the Lord for our many blessings as well as asking the Lord to bless us with greater courage to follow our Savior's perfect example. I find teaching my children to be my greatest calling in life, and I love it.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

Whoever you are, whatever your background, whatever your religion ... we love you! Some of my favorite service activities are donating blood to the Red Cross, making baby blankets for hospitals in third world countries, donating food to the local food banks, singing at rest homes, and visiting with families at local shelters. Our Savior said, "...Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself." Matthew 22:35 Show more Show less