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Hi I'm Ashley Fosselman

I live in Southern California.I love spending time with family and friends. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a dental assistant. I have been in the dental field over 2 years. I love to go to the beach. I love to go to the movies. I have two brothers. I love to swim and to play soccer.

Why I am a Mormon

My mom is Mormon and my dad is of another faith. I became a member of the Mormon church at age 15. When I was little my mom took me to church on Sundays. Once I got older I wanted to know if the Mormon church was true. I prayed to see if this was best for me to be baptized. I got my answer. I know the church is true. I know that our Savior Jesus Christ lives. I know he loves us with a love we cannot comprehend. I know that He established this church for us to come to this earth. I know that he sacrificed his life for us to be on this earth. I know the scriptures are the word of God and they are a great tool for us to learn the teachings of the church. I am so grateful we have eternal families and that we can return to our Heavenly Father again. I know that Joseph Smith is a true prophet and that he truly asked God to know what is the true church. I know he was chosen to restore the church back onto the earth. I know President Monson is a living prophet today. That he is a mouthpiece from our Heavenly Father and is able to direct and warns us in life. This was the best decision I have ever made in my life to become a Mormon. I don't know who I would be if I wasn't a member. I have a strong testimony of these things.

How I live my faith

I am very involved in my church.We get together once a week and I help the activities such as bowling,beach bonfires, playing soccer, scavenger hunts, watching movies, and many other fun activities. I also teach Sunday School lessons in church. I also get a chance to visit and talk with the other women in the church.