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Hi I'm Lucille Hunt

I grew up in a Native American community. I read and write in my heritage language. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I helped raised six of my husband's children as my own but not through legal adoption. I have no children of my own. We have two foster daughters. I was raised with strong family values which I shared with my children. They are all grown and married with families of their own.

Why I am a Mormon

When I was in college my friends were Mormons of which I knew nothing about. They invited me to attend church with them. I noticed how very friendly and kind the people were. Though I acted like a Mormon they found out that I was not baptized. I was interested in learning more of why the Mormons were so friendly and kind. My friends said that the Mormons believed that we are all children of God and that is why they treat everyone with kindness. I was happy to feel a belonging when I was so far away from home. The missionaries taught me and I was baptized. I found purpose and more happiness in my life. Being a Mormon has made me a better mom, a kinder grandma, a strong partner to my husband, and an open-minded and compassionate teacher in my classroom. I love the feeling and knowing that where ever I go I have family, Mormons who love me, and that we share the same beliefs. We are all spirit children of God. Jesus Christ is my Savior and Redeemer. His gospel is simple and free to follow and that is why I am committed to follow Him the rest of my life. I am happy but not without trials.

How I live my faith

I teach high school and middle school. I live my faith by saying my prayers many times a day, most are silent. I truly believe that God hears my prayers because I feel his inspiration through out the day as I interact with my students.