Born in Cheyenne, Wyoming where her parents were involved in ministry she also lived in Buffalo and Gillette, Wyoming where she brought many of her friends to church as a young child. In 1984 her family moved to Salt Lake City, Utah where she attended the Apostolic Christian school her parents helped operate. She moved to Indianapolis, Indiana in 1994 where she earned her Bachelor of Theology degree at Indiana Bible College. While there she traveled for missions to France, Guyana, South America and Indian reservations at Tohatchi, New Mexico and Wolf Point, Montana.
After marriage to Aaron Fridley on June 19, 1999 they moved to Salt Lake City to accept a position as youth pastor for four years. They moved back to Indianapolis to fulfill Aaron’s burden to finish his Bible College education. Her experience and passion for children were instrumental in the leadership of the Jesus House ministry to underprivileged neighborhoods there.
Following the call of God to start home mission churches in the Salt Lake valley they returned in 2012. Through the years she has maintained many friendships here and has been continuing in prayer for them as well as the many lost souls in this area. She is an excellent speaker, compassionate listener and dedicated prayer warrior. God continues to use her sweet spirit to pour out His love on wounded souls.