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Hi I'm Mikell

I grew up in Georgia. I love snowboarding and hanging out with friends. I'm a sophomore in college and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am going to school to become a nurse. I love designing different ways to write. I love the Braves and spending time with my whole family.

Why I am a Mormon

I follow the teachings of the gospel because of the calming comfort that comes from doing the things I have been taught. I know that the Lord knows who we are and what our purpose is on this earth and that he has a specific plan for us. I know that if we follow the counsel of the Lord we will never be alone. I know the Church is true because I have felt the confirmation of the Spirit when I read my scriptures or attend the temple. I have a testimony of modern day prophets and the counsel they give to us. It is such a comfort to me to know that the Lord has placed modern day prophets in our lives to help us make decisions that apply to our life and the time that we live in. I know that Joseph Smith was a true prophet and restored the gospel to the earth for this dispensation. I know the Church is true with all of my heart and I will continue to follow the teachings of the Lord.

How I live my faith

I am an active member of my ward and I am called to visit with two girls that are in my ward. I also participate in my ward choir. I strive to be a good example to my family and the people that are around me.

What do Mormons believe about family?

Families are the foundation of our lives. Families are there for support whether it is spiritual support or temporal support. We are also taught that if our family is strong that we will be blessed. We are taught to love our families with all of our hearts and if we do that then we will always have someone to support us. Families can also help us get through the rough times in our lives. Show more Show less