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Hi I'm Audrey

I grew up in Utah. I'm a mother of three. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a stay at home mother of three. I love to read, crochet, sow, and play board games with friends. I love to learn and hope to make mine a life filled with education.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I believe this gospel to be true. There are many great religions out there, but I know the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the only true and whole church on the earth today. Only through this gospel can we learn and grown and receive all that we need to one day return to our loving Heavenly Father.

How I live my faith

I currently have three callings in my ward. First, I have been asked to be a visiting teacher to four amazing women. I am privileged to meet with them individually each month to talk about the gospel, get to know them better as friends, and to look after them and any needs they may have. Second, I have the joy of teaching in the nursery two Sundays a month. I love working with the sweet toddlers. It is a big responsibility to know that I am providing these special children with some of their first experiences of learning fundamental gospel truths. Third, once a month I am able to teach the Relief Society lesson at church. I look forward each month to this opportunity to share and discuss the beautiful lessons from the Gospel Principles manual.

Do you really believe there is a prophet like Moses alive today?

I do believe there is a prophet like Moses alive today. Our latter-day prophets have given us council countless times to address the special and unique challenges we face in this modern world. They have received revelation from God to help us navigate such things as how we should prioritize our lives, the importance of the family, how to safely navigate and enjoy the blessings of the internet, and how to stand firm in the gospel during this time of turmoil. Show more Show less