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Hi I'm Beth

I am married,have four children and four grandchildren. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Our second child is a down syndrome, he is wonderful. My life has been dedicated to being the mother of my four children and nana to four grandchildren. I was a volunteer in the schools that my children attended and worked part time as a bookkeeper in my fathers farm equipment business. I love family and welcoming all those that come to our home wither family or not.

Why I am a Mormon

I have attended church all of my life. My parents and friends were all based in our community church. We were taught by missionaries that we still have a living prophet on the earth today, that we have the fullness of the gospel back on the earth today and that I could be sealed to my family for time and eternity. This was what first impressed me about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Nothing was taught that I did not already believe. Jesus Christ is the Savior of the World and by believing and repenting you can return to live with Him when we leave this earth. I was given a much more understanding of the Saviors Church than I had ever had. It all made perfect since. By following His teachings and living the way the Lord wants you to live you can return to live with him again.

How I live my faith

I attend church each Sunday. Most of my life in the Church I have taught the youth. I am know working in the lady's organization, helping those in need. We organize meals for those families that have a new baby, sickness, and death. We are given other ladies to visit each month and this gives us a network of making sure families are doing alright and what needs may arise. We are a part of a sisterhood. All ladies in the church are part of this organization. We meet each Sunday and have lessons and go over needs. No matter what your social or economic background everyone is welcomed to share their talents.