Lynne Perry Christofferson was raised in the Rocky Mountains, served as a missionary in Washington D.C., and was educated at Brigham Young University. As a freelance musician, her compositions and arrangements have received awards on local, church, and national levels, and can be found on her albums “Keeping Sheep” and “Lift Your Mind Higher,” among others. She writes monthly inspirational articles for Meridian Magazine, and has released her first book, Sisters, Arise! Lynne and her husband, Bradley Christofferson, are the parents of five children. Lynne enjoys bottle feeding lambs, serving as a temple ordinance worker, snuggling her grandbabies, hiking, and exploring red rock country.