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Hi I'm Julie

I love my family. I am a Cosmetologist and Artist. I am the Relief Society President. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up 8th in a family of 11 children. I am married and we are rasing our family of 7 children. Two of our children are married and one is engaged. I am a grandmother of 2 sweet granddaughters. I enjoy giving hair design and beauty treatments for my friends and family members. I like drawing, painting, and being creative. Within the Church I have accepted callings and served in areas that have helped me grow in strength and character. I am currently serving in our wards womens organization, as the Relief Society President.

Why I am a Mormon

I was baptised as a young 8 year old girl. With the support of my family, I grew in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Eventually through consistant obediance, study, and prayer, I have gained for myself a testimony. I know that God lives. He loves me, I am one of his choice daughters. God has a plan for us and I have a wonderful part in it. Jesus Christ is Gods only begotten Son, He is my Savior and Redemer. I know there is a living prophet of God on earth today. That if I follow faithfully I will be following Gods plan for me. Enabling me to progress with happines in this life and continue into the eternities with my family and much opportunity.

How I live my faith

I help organize the women in our area into companionships to keep in contact with each other to suport each other in our faith and devotion to the gospel of Jesus Christ. We help each other build strong family morals and serve in the comunity. A very important time, that I feel especially close to the Lord is when we work together to support a family who has suffered a death. I am grateful to have the opportunity to reach out to the family with the talents of our combined sisterhood. To bless and lighten the burden, with all sorts of compationate service from family meals, house work, to child care, funeral preperations to comforting, loving hugs. I feel our Saviors love for me as I am able to be an instrument in His hands.