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Class Information

Below are the date, time, location, and outline for this class.

Managing, Magnifying, Miracles—What We Can Do to Succeed As Working Mothers in Zion

Taught by Anne Stott

Sessions

Day Time Location
Friday, August 2 4 p.m. Ricks 147
Anne Stott

Anne Stott

Biography

Anne “Annie” Stott is married to Marcus Stott. They have four children and own a small all-natural meat and dairy farm in Lyman, Idaho. Stott is a visiting teacher, a ward organist, and loves coloring, dancing, and singing with her kids and husband. In her spare time, she loves pretending she can garden, bake, and sing country music. Stott received her bachelor’s in public communication from University of Idaho and her associate’s in interpersonal communication from Ricks College. She currently works for the BYU-Idaho Pathway program.






Class Outline

Being a mommy is not easy, but it is awesome. The fiery darts of worldly distractions try to keep us from becoming the best mothers we can be. Whether you are a full-time, stay-at-home mom, a single mom, a working mom or anything in between, the Lord needs women willing to manage and magnify their roles as mothers.

In this class, we will discuss simple ways to manage motherhood responsibilities, to magnify our callings as mothers, and even to learn to find time to rejoice in the miracles of motherhood.