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Hi I'm Sarah June

I live my life outside of the box, I color outside of the lines.

About Me

I love dancing through life, hiking in the sunshine, blasting music in my car and the salty feeling of a long run. I'm launching the "young professional" stage of my life right now as a therapist with teenagers. Someday I want to change people's lives by strengthening and repairing marriages. I enjoy life and all that it has to offer. The ups, the downs, the crazy, the boring; I believe that life is beautiful.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in to a long line of Mormons, but as a teenager I refused to go along with it simply because it was what my parents did. I wanted to be sincere about my faith, whatever I chose my faith to be. So I went straight to the source: God. I prayed to Him and He answered. Since then I have had experience after experience that tells me that this really is Christ's church, that He is my Savior and that this is where He wants me to be.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by learning daily about Jesus Christ from writings from the ancient prophets, moderns prophets and all the prophets and inspired writings in between. I actually get a little giddy about when the living prophets speak to the world in April and October. I also have the chance to serve in my congregation by organizing weekly activities with my fellow twenty-something singles. It's pretty awesome.

What do Mormons believe concerning the doctrine of grace?

Sarah June
When I learned more about the doctrine of grace, it literally changed my life. I understand it best through an analogy. We go along in life and at some point each of us fall. We do something that we know we ought not to do and so we fall further from God. It's like being down in a pit. It feels dark, cold and lonely down there. Then Jesus Christ extends a ladder or a stair case down into the pit. That's grace. It gives us the power to climb out of the pit. It enables us to get out of that dank, lonely place and come towards the light and closer to God again. Because of grace you can be restored to where you were before in your relationship to God. AND the staircase can keep going. It doesn't need to end at the level where you were before you fell. The staircase can continue to climb higher than you ever thought possible, all made possible by Jesus Christ. That's grace. It enables you to come back to be with God and grow even closer to Him. Show more Show less