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Hi I'm Lynn

I'm a wife, mother, grandmother, sister, teacher, coach and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to be creative so I constantly have one project or another going at all times. I love to teach so I try and find ways to teach and share all my talents with as many people as I can. I've taught cooking and craft classes, I've written a cookbook, I have a blog about my job as a health coach, I'm an avid Boy Scouter and I'm a licensed contractor! In my spare time I'm a mother of 5 incredible children and the grandmother of 9+ of the most amazing grandchildren!

Why I am a Mormon

I've always known I was a child of God. I've never had a shadow of a doubt about that. Although raised in a Mormon family I didn't just depend on the teachings of my parents or teachers to know that. I knew that I needed to know those things for myself, so I searched and prayed for an answer. I asked myself, "If you weren't a Mormon, what would you be?". The answer I received was that I knew I was a Child of God. I knew the gospel of Jesus Christ had been restored to the earth through a Prophet I knew that a living Prophet was on the earth and that I knew the teachings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ were only to be found in the Mormon church. All my questions were answered and I never again found the need to question or doubt.

How I live my faith

I'm president of our church children's organization. Each Sunday we spend time discussing the Savior, Jesus Christ, and learning of him and his life. I love watching the children as they come to know of the Savior's love for them and how they can learn to be like Jesus. I'm also involved in the Boy Scouts of America where I work with boys of all ages helping them learn to be great citizens of the world. The Scout motto of "Do a Good Turn Daily" helps remind me to show kindness to others each day, to say "Thank You!" when someone has served me and to be willing to lend a hand at a moments notice.

What do Mormons believe about family?

We believe families will exist throughout Eternity, not just here on Earth. Because of that belief we do everything we can to ensure that our families are strengthened each day. We gather together often, we pray together daily, we support one another in activities and interests and we are each others best friends. Sure we are normal, we disagree at times, but because we have developed such a strong bond of love and trust those times pass in an instant and we're back together enjoying each other, talking about our favorite things, having long discussions about cheese, our favorite dinner topic, and laughing together so hard we cry. Families Will Be Forever! Show more Show less