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Hi I'm Gwynne Lee

Hi! My name is Gwynne Fullmer. I’m a wife, a mother of five, an Early Childhood Special Educator, and I’m a Mormon!

About Me

Hi! My name is Gwynne Fullmer. I’m a wife, a mother of five, an Early Childhood Special Educator, and I’m a Mormon! Did you know that studies show that a child develops 50% of his total intellectual capacity before he is five years old, and 80% by age eight? I read this research as a college student, and it went straight to my heart. I decided to go into the field of Early Childhood in order to help young children build strong foundations for learning in their lives.

Why I am a Mormon

I joined the Church at age 13 along with my family. It had been my mother’s dream to find a church where the whole family could worship together. My baptism opened the door to a whole new world of truth, comfort, and joy. I am grateful every day to belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I know God lives. I know His Son died for us and loves us still. I know we are guided by a prophet. Hurrah for Israel, for herein lies true joy!

How I live my faith

A foundation for learning is important for all of us throughout our lives, and the most important foundation of all is the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is our Rock and Redeemer. I know He lives and loves His children, and I feel that love each and every day. When He was on the earth, He established his Church with an organization including prophets and apostles. I take comfort in the fact that the Church was restored in the latter day, and we have a Prophet and apostles at the head. Our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ still speak to their children through prophets. Thus, we have a constant fount of knowledge available to us at all times. I gain strength from this by attending my meetings, fulfilling my callings, fellowshipping other members in auxiliaries and by visiting teaching, reading the scriptures, and reading Church periodicals.