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Hi I'm Judy

I'm a mother of four and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up on a farm in Wyoming. Both sets of grandparents and my many cousins lived near by. My family members were my friends and life. I had a very happy childhood and a great environment to grow up in because of the strong family love and support surrounding me. My family was the most important thing to me as I grew up and it is still one of the most important things in my life today. I now have a wonderful husband and four great kids. I am so happy that I can stay home with my growing family and hopefully give them a great, happy, loving atmosphere to grow up in.

Why I am a Mormon

I am very grateful to have been raise in this church. I was taught from a young age about Jesus Christ and how I should pattern my life after His. As I grew older, through study and prayer I have come to learn for myself that God answers prayers and knows me and each of us individually. He is my Father in Heaven and loves me. The Spirit of the Lord has testified to me that this church is Christ's church, and I'm so happy to be a part of it.

How I live my faith

When I was 21 years old, I served a mission in Texas. That was a wonderful experience to teach others about the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to serve those wonderful people in Texas. Currently I have the privilege to teach the children of our congregation. We have a great time learning lessons and singing songs about Jesus. I think that I often learn the most from these precious children. At home, Monday nights are our family nights. We sing, pray, have a gospel lesson, play together, and, of course, have refreshments. We also strive to have family prayer and scripture study every day. Though they seem simple, having family prayer and scripture study helps to keep peace, love, happiness, and Christ in our home.