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Hi I'm Sister Nicole Ashley Hulet

I love spending time with family and friends, serving others, playing the flute, singing, and dancing. I'm a Mormon and I love it!

About Me

I love that I have been blessed to grow up into a Christ-centered home where my parents taught me how to live righteously. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the one thing that has stuck with me my entire life, and it has helped me to get through the struggles of moving multiple times, leaving friends behind, having a mom in and out of the hospital, having responsibility over my siblings, not being able to do everything I wanted because my family needed me, going to college, and preparing to serve a full-time mission. I love the Gospel and how much it has helped me grow. Even as I go about my life continuing to learn about the world, I am guided by my Heavenly Father and led to where He wants me to be.

Why I am a Mormon

I am mainly a Mormon because my parents are both Mormons and have been raised in the church, which I am very grateful for. I continue going to church because I love the gospel and the blessings I receive from following the standards of this church. The Lord has helped me in many ways throughout my life and I don't know what I would do without Him. Praying and reading the scriptures every day alone blesses me with the guidance and companionship of the Holy Ghost. I have no doubt that this is the true gospel because I have felt the Holy Ghost in my life testify to me that it is true. I know that we can each live with God again if we are baptized and keep His commandments with a sincere heart.

How I live my faith

I have been called to be a full-time missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints starting September 2017 in the Arizona Tempe mission. I have prepared my whole life for this calling by reading the scriptures and praying to Heavenly Father daily, attending Church every Sunday, fasting, and striving to be the kind of disciple leader that Heavenly Father would have me be. I love the Church and try to access the power of the Atonement of Jesus Christ by being a little more like Him each day.

What do Mormons believe concerning the doctrine of grace?

Sister Nicole Ashley Hulet
Grace is the enabling power of Jesus Christ that allows us to return to our Heavenly Father and to become perfect like Him if we sincerely repent. Grace is also similar to mercy. Without it, we wouldn't be able to repent and be forgiven of our sins and we would have no chance at all in returning to our Father in Heaven because everyone makes mistakes. Grace can be seen throughout our daily lives if we ask for help from God, and He will provide assistance and help fill in the gaps of what we can't accomplish after all we can do. Show more Show less

What do Mormons believe about family?

Sister Nicole Ashley Hulet
The family is so important because it is how God's plan of Salvation is organized. We are all spirit sons and daughters of our Heavenly Father, who loves each and every one of us no matter what, and wants us to return to Him. To help us return to Him, He put us on the Earth with parents to help us learn and grow to be more like Him. As families, we can be sealed eternally in the Temple if we sincerely keep and honor God's commandments. Show more Show less