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Hi I'm Amy.

I married a wonderful man, and we have 5 children. I am a devoted mother, wife, and an attorney. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Although I was taught about the Gospel from birth by my loving parents, I didn't really become converted until I was a senior in High School. My testimony was strengthened as I attended law school as a single mother of two kids. Many times, I received help and blessings from a loving Heavenly Father in what could have been the worst time in my life, but what ended up being a very wonderful experience. After law school, I married the best man in the world, and learned just how fulfilling and wonderful marriage can be. In addition to my husband, the loves of my life are my children. My family has always been my highest priority. Together, we learn, and improve, and have a ton of fun. Some of my favorite things to do are reading, hiking, camping, and cooking. I enjoy finding small ways to serve others, and every day, I try a little harder, to be a little better.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have received a confirmation that there is a Heavenly Father, who loves me and wants my happiness. I know He has helped me and blessed me. In fact, it seems that at the most difficult times in my life, I've received the most help. I have also received a confirmation that Jesus Christ died for us, and atoned for our sins. I am confident that I am a better mom, wife, and lawyer, because of my faith in Jesus Christ, and Heavenly Father.

How I live my faith

I love attending church each week, and gain strength and comfort there. Right now I have the privilege of teach 5 and 6 year olds--what a blessing to see the purity and kindness of these children, who are so smart, and so honest.

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

Amy.
There might be a Mormon women are mostly just like other women: they care about their families, have too much to do, and are caring and compassionate. When I was a teenager, I thought that women were not treated as well as men, but I quickly learned that was not Show more Show less