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Hi I'm Peyton Olsen

I'm a teacher for R.A.D (reactive attachment disorder) kids, missionary in Atlanta, Georgia, and friend to everyone. I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I love people! I try to be a friend to everyone I meet :) I have my cosmetology license, but recently discovered my love to teach children with reactive attachment disorder. I'm thinking of going back to college after my mission to Atlanta, Georgia because I want to help and serve these kids in any way I can! I love my Heavenly Father and everything about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints :D

Why I am a Mormon

I'm not only a Mormon, I'm a regular person like you! I have not had an easy life. Sometimes I just want to sleep all day and not do anything. I try to do everything I can to do what's right and will make me happy. Following my Heavenly Fathers commandments and keeping promises I made to him are what make me the happiest! I LOVE this church and want to share the happiness I've found with everyone I can. I promise as you put faith in the Lord that you will find a joy that you could never imagine.

How I live my faith

Shortly after I turned 18 and left the youth group called young womens, I was called to be a leader and advisor to the 12-13 year old young women! I love my calling and the girls I teach. It is amazing to see the faith these young girls already have. I can feel the love that Heavenly Father has for them and pray that they continue to live inspiring lives. I also recently started working at a school called New Hope Academy for R.A.D children. This is an LDS based school. We have missionaries come teach lessons, learn from the book of mormon, memorize scriptures, listen to Hymns, and general conference talks. I try to share my love and devotion to the gospel through my teaching and through serving a full time mission.