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Hi I'm Bridget

I am a mother of five. I am a registered nurse and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I love being a mother. I love to bake and play the piano and being with my family. I substitute as a school nurse and love to help people.

Why I am a Mormon

Both of my parents are Mormon and I was raised with the gospel, but I can remember questioning my testimony as a fourteen year old. I went to especially for youth in Provo, Utah and spent the week going to classes, studying my scriptures, and praying. It was the first time I truly recognized that I am a daughter of God and that He knows me and who I am and that He loves me. Everyday my testimony is strengthened by scripture study and continual prayer and by sharing my testimony with my children. In raising my children, the gospel of Jesus Christ has guided me to know what direction I need to take and to help me know the individual needs of each one of my children. I am so grateful for the temple and that I am sealed to my husband and children for time and for all eternity. It is so wonderful to know that my family will be together forever! I am grateful for a living prophet, President Thomas S. Monson, that leads and guides our church today. I am so grateful that we can have direct revelation today, for our time.

How I live my faith

I currently am working with the Young Women in our area for Girls Camp. I work with all of the girls that are 16-18 years old. I get the opportunity to train them for 3 months before the camp and then act as a mentor to the girls during the week of camp. I am always so amazed at the strength of these girls and come away each year with a stronger testimony of the gospel.