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Hi I'm Judy

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother who has 10 children of which eight are adopted from Asia. I have two sons and eight daughters. Of all the things l enjoy, being with my family is the best, but I also like reading, study history and attending interesting lectures.

Why I am a Mormon

I became a Mormon after the birth of my two daughters. I wasn't overly impressed by what I had heard about the Mormons so I decided I would check them out and invited the missionaries to come and share with me the teaching of the Church. I felt that when the missionaries came I would ask them to explain some of the things I had heard that I did not think sounded correct. From the first night, the ideas and thoughts that were being taught were what I felt inside and the way I understood them was as if I had always known them. It was like all at once I saw how the puzzle pieces went together and the picture became clear and all my answers were given. I have a testimony of God's love for me. I feel His love and His guidance. I have gone through rough times with raising a large family. There have been illnesses, sorrows and even harm come to those I love and yet I have felt the arms and comfort of the Savior, so I know He lives. I try to live with faith and hope so that I can live with Him again one day. I also try to follow His ways so I can show Him I love Him too.

How I live my faith

I serve in the Church as a leader for women. We, as women try to strengthen families and to offer support to the sick and downhearted. I love the women I serve with and how much good there is as we come together to serve one another. I trial is never as bad together as it it alone. We organize meetings for learning opportunities, they can help each other, share their gifts and talents and to help strengthen our homes and our communities.