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Hi I'm Allyse Eldredge

I grew up in Utah, attended university and received my Associates of Science. I am a Mormon!

About Me

I recently graduated from university studying marriage and family science. I love working with people and helping them discover their potential at children of God. I have a firm belief that we each have something great to accomplish here on earth, each mission is different but very needed as we all seek to return to our loving Heavenly Father. I love music, especially organ works by the masters. I love acting, singing, dancing, colouring and reading. I love learning new things and am anxious to lean new skills and other's opinions.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church and there is no greater blessing for me in my life. It is the foundation for my actions, beliefs and life. I am so grateful for this wonderful blessing. It provides great direction for me. I know that when I have a question or concern I can go to my loving Heavenly Father in prayer and He will answer and bless me in what is best for me. I have a testimony of the divinity of God and our potential to become like Him, gods and goddesses, one day. I am a Mormon because of the direction, peace and purpose I have in this life.

How I live my faith

Living what I know to be true is essential in my desire to live with my Heavenly Father and elder brother Jesus Christ. Coming to know Them isn't a one day occurrence it is an ongoing process, something I have to work for every day by my personal study. I do my best to reach out to people who look like they could use a little cheering up. I do my best to see people as good, honest and loving people and often seek for guidance as I meet new people. I teach young women in our ward and enjoy getting to know them and planning lessons that will best fit their needs as they go about their lives.