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Hi I'm Amy Ashcroft

I grew up in Gilbert, Arizona. I am going to serve a mission in Lima Peru. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love outdoors activities, hiking, running, kayaking etc. I also love to play the piano and sing any type of music! I like to sew skirts, blankets and headbands. I am a student at the community college studying Elementary Education! I'm always down to try new things and meet new people :)

Why I am a Mormon

I am fortunate enough to have been born into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints! I continue to live the restored gospel because I have a deep and abiding faith in the Savior and in the Atonement of Jesus Christ. I continue to repent and change because it brings peace into my life. I love the Lord, as I continue to learn more about Him I learn more about myself in turn.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by going to church each week and resolving to do better every day. It is not about where you are now, but where you are headed! Setting personal goals on how I can do better allows me to progress! I am the primary pianist at church and love to hear the testimonies of all of the primary children as they sing each week!

What do Mormons believe concerning the doctrine of grace?

Amy Ashcroft
As members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, we believe that, after all you can do, you will be saved by grace. It states that in 2 Nephi 25:23. This requires us to repent, change our ways and reconcile our lives with our Father in Heaven. This life is a time to be tested and tried, streched beyond our capasity so that we can recognize that our Savior, Jesus Christ and what He has done for every person on this planet and that is Atone for our sins. He feels our pains and sorrows. We can be saved, after all we can do, by using the atonement daily. Show more Show less