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Hi I'm Judy,

I have been a Mormon all my life. I grew up in a small town in Idaho and I still like the small town life.

About Me

I am a divorced woman. I live in a small town and work for a hometown company. I enjoy living in a small community where you know your neighbors and can find your way around town without a map. I have taken piano lessons for serveral years and since I am not an accomplished pianist - I consider this a hobby. I belong to a book club and in addition to learning about a variety of books, I especially enjoy the social aspect of meeting once a month with other women. I like walking outdoors, cooking and visiting with my family. Of course my favorite activity is spending time with my grandchildren.

Why I am a Mormon

My was born into an LDS family and when I was eight years old I was baptized by my father and confirmed by my grandfather. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints I am able to learn about the Savior Jesus Christ by attending Church meetings, reading the scriptures, listening to a living prophet and associating with others who share my beliefs. I have a testimony that Jesus Christ is my Savior. I have a testimony that we have a Father in Heaven who knows each of us and loves each of us. I know that the Book of Mormon is the word of God and that the teachings in the Book of Mormon are true. I know that Joseph Smith is a Prophet of God and that we have a living Prophet today, Thomas S. Monson.

How I live my faith

My current calling is working with young women, ages 12 thru 18. We meet each Sunday and have a lesson based on Gospel principles. We also meet once during the week for an activity that helps the girls strengthen their friendship with each other and strengthen their testimonies of Gospel principles. I have also worked with adult women and small children. All of these callings are great learning experiences and provide service in the Church and also in the community.