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Hi I'm Beth

I tutor Math, I'm a Mom, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

After teaching middle school math for three years, I changed my occupation to be a full time mom. I enjoy raising my two boys and playing with my husband when he's not at work. I enjoy tutoring a few teenagers once a week in math. I love to read--fantasy, histories, literature and any good book I can get my hands on. I enjoy cross-stitching and sewing with wool felt. I dabble in digital scrapbooking and quilting. I am trying to learn Japanese.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because following Jesus Christ's example helps me to be a better person than I could be by myself. I feel God's love for me and for others as I try to live His gospel. By living the Gospel I am more patient and willing to focus on everyone. As I follow Christ's teaching to the best of my abilities, I see God's hand in my life and see the help He gives me every day. I am not perfect, I struggle, but the Gospel allows me to endure with hope. I am grateful for a living prophet on the earth and follow his counsel. The gospel helps me learn and progress through life. I am a Mormon because it brings me joy.

How I live my faith

On Sunday I teach a primary class, for the children ages six turning seven. I am amazed by their example of trying to live so that Jesus is happy. Their example and love inspires me throughout the week to follow Christ's teachings. Each month I visit four different women and share a short message focused on Christ. I help them however I am able to. I smile at everyone. I learn the names of the people who serve me, like the cashiers, tellers, mailman, and repairmen. I thank them for their service for me. I started a book group to discuss good books.

Do Mormons worship Joseph Smith?

No. We honor him as the first prophet who restored the gospel. We worship God our Eternal Father. Show more Show less