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Hi I'm Lori

I am a mother. That is my life's work. I hope that through my children the world will be a better place. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother to 4 very musically talented boys. I would like to believe that they inherited some of that talent from me as I love to sing and write songs, too. Three of my four boys are grown up and are gone from the nest. I am enjoying the time I have with my youngest son now, but it is flying by too quickly. I enjoy spending time with my husband, especially when I beat him at Scrabble. I recently went to work in a jewelry store and I am learning so many new things. I like the Chinese proverb that says "The gem cannot be polished without friction, nor man perfected without trials."

Why I am a Mormon

I have always known that Heavenly Father loves me. I have never questioned His existence. When I was young, I came to a crossroad in my life where I knew I had to be able to stand on my own testimony of faith. I have prayed and studied the scriptures enough to testify that I have felt the soft, powerful assurance that God is real. I know deep in my soul that the Atonement of Jesus Christ is real and that He is my Savior. My family is precious to me and I treasure them. I have faith in the promised blessings of the temple that we can be a forever family.

How I live my faith

Right now I am the Ward Music Director and Ward Music Chairman. I love this calling because I love being involved with the music aspect of our worship service. I think music is very powerful and it can bring the Spirit in a way that words alone cannot. I also serve with my husband on our multi stake public affairs council. Our main goal there is to find ways to help serve our community along side people of other faiths and backgrounds. It is wonderful to see how we are all God's children and to realize that He loves all of us individually, even in our differences.