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Hi I'm Adrienne

I'm a mother of four beautiful children. I wrote a novel that will be published in January of 2015. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I wasn't very confident growing up. I was shy and overweight as a teenager. My life changed when I went to a church fireside where Miss Idaho spoke. She talked about how she had set small goals for herself and had overcome her weight issues. She believed that Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ cared about her and her challenges and wanted her to succeed. She prayed for help to accomplish her goals. I realized that big life changes happen one day at a time—small step at a time. And heavenly help is available whenever we ask for it. As an adult, I continue to make small goals that help me become the person that I want to be—the person that Heavenly Father wants me to be. He has helped me to become physically active and healthy. He has helped me to overcome social anxieties. He has helped me to develop patience. He has helped me accomplish my educational goals. He has helped me through the loss of loved ones. He has helped me to forgive others. He has helped me to forgive myself. I know that Heavenly Father cares about all of his children. He wants us to be happy. He cares about our goals, and he wants us to succeed.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I took the challenge found in Moroni 10:4-5 to heart. I read the Book of Mormon. I pondered it. I prayed about it, and I waited until I got an answer. I felt something unmistakable. Something I couldn't make myself feel. I knew it was true. As I have continued to study the teachings of Jesus Christ, and have applied them to myself, I have continued to feel the truth of it all. It makes me happy.

How I live my faith

I coordinate the teaching of the children age 3-12 at church. We learn about the basic teachings of Jesus Christ and how to apply them in our lives and our families.