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Hi I'm Beth

I'm a Mormon. I grew up in Arizona, I've always loved serving people, especially handicapped kids. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a mother of 5 kids ranging in ages 16 to 23 and have been married 25 years to my sweetheart. I converted to the Mormon Church over 30 years ago when I was in college. I love to garden, walk my dogs twice a day, volunteer in PTA and in my community.

Why I am a Mormon

I felt like I was finally "home" when I found the Church and learned more about it's teachings of Christ and the importance of strengthening families. I'm so grateful for the peace that the Gospel of Jesus Christ has brought to my life. In a world with so many challenges and difficult times it's a blessing to have an added measure of peace and insight to help guide and comfort me in my life.

How I live my faith

I've served on PTA boards for 17 years and find great joy in working with teachers and empowering kids. I also oversee and assist the Women's service organization, the Relief Society, for the Church in my area. Whether we are making quilts for battered women's shelters; taking fun food to orphanages; helping with meals on wheels or visiting the sick, there is great joy in serving God's children.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

Mormons help anyone who is in need. When hurricanes devastated our area, our family and our local congregation was involved in helping clear downed trees; rebuild fences; clear debris and bring food to workers. We helped anyone who was home and interested in our help, their religious affiliation didn't matter, it was their need that mattered. We believe that we are all spirit children of our Heavenly Father, thus, we're all brothers and sisters and concerned for one another. Show more Show less