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Hi I'm Julie

I was born in Utah, but grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada. I love learning new things and scrapbooking memories. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am 23 years old, married to my husband for two years since August. I went to Utah Valley University and graduated with a bachelor's in Social Work. I now use my degree to help children, in school, who struggle with reading, writing, and math skills. I love meeting new people and learning from them. I like to scrapbook and make cards, either alone or with others. I also enjoy just sitting around talking with others and enjoying their company.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church, with parents who are strong members in the church. With the examples of my parents, siblings, and loved ones around me I have become the person I am today. I am who I am today not only because of my family but also because of the experiences that Lord has blessed me with. When I read the scriptures, hear the prophet's voice, or attend the temple I can feel the Savior's love for me and for the world around me. I know my Savior and Heavenly Father love me and know me. I feel their love for me every time I take a breathe of fresh air or when I see the sun rise and set, the beauty of this world is a constant reminder to me of Their love! I know this is the true church of Christ on the earth today, and that the Lord has given us a prophet today to be his mouth piece of the world.

How I live my faith

I try to always be an example to those around me by serving them and loving them. The callings I have the opportunity to be a part of are blessings to me as well as, I hope, to others. In the ward I attend I teach the Marriage and Relationship class for the young single adults. My husband is in the bishopric of a Young Single Adult ward, we both enjoy our callings and learn a great deal from these experiences. We attend the temple as often as we can, in this way we can serve those who are not with us anymore, at this time.