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Hi I'm Jules Paice

I'm a mother, wife, secondary school teacher and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I work part time as a Philosophy & Ethics teacher in a secondary school when I'm not taking care of my two amazing boys and trying to run the home with my husband. I love spending time with my family; going for walks and playing games. I love singing along with the radio at the top of my voice as I journey to and from work and getting a fix of a good book when I can squeeze it in.

Why I am a Mormon

Whilst having a great time as a teenager, with lots of fun and loving friends, I still always managed to feel alone. I often questioned the purpose of my life but never experienced an answer that made me feel like I knew which direction to take. When I was 18 yrs old my sister met a couple of missionaries. One day I gate crashed their meeting, curious about what they were doing. They told her that she was a child of God, He loved her and there was a purpose to life. I haven't looked back since and that was nearly 20 years ago. The more they taught me about God and our purpose, the more I recognised that the way I had been living simply wouldn't bring me joy, not a real joy that would sustain me throughout life. This knowledge changed me forever; I know who I am now, I recognise my purpose and I genuinely feel full of joy each day.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying hard to make my decisions based on gospel principles. I try to act in a way that means my interactions with others are positive; being kind, non-judgemental, willing to listen and looking for the good in them. I go to church every week and listen (as best I can whilst keeping a 4 yr old entertained) to what the speakers encourage and explain from the scriptures. I pray each day and try to listen to what Heavenly Father wants me to do. At the moment I serve the women in my ward by supporting the teachers, taking a few notes for those who aren't able to be in the class and visiting a few of the women each month.