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Hi I'm Whitney

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've been married a couple years and work as a personal trainer while my husband attends medical school. I love exercising and staying healthy. My husband and I are living in Alaska and enjoying the outdoors. We're expecting our first child who we're excited to bring along with us on our adventures. My husband and I have both spent time in foreign countries and we hope to continue humanitarian work throughout our lives together.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents taught me to live the gospel as a small child and they showed me that it could bring joy and happiness to my life. Over time as I've read the Book of Mormon and lived these principles my parents taught me, I've learned for myself that its true, living the gospel does bring peace and joy beyond comprehension. I'm am so grateful to be able to feel peace and comfort in a world filled with fear and confusion.

How I live my faith

I volunteer my time to serve members in the church. Each month I visit women in my area and share an uplifting message with them. We also talk about their needs and ways I can help them and make their life a little easier. These visits bless me as much as they bless the women I get to serve. Not only has my relationship with them blossomed, so has my relationship with Jesus Christ.

What blessings can we receive through the gift of the Holy Ghost?

Whitney
The Holy Ghost brings me comfort when I feel sad or worried. It reveals truth to me and helps me understand what I'm reading as a read the scriptures. It helps me know when I hear truth and things that are good. It warns me when I'm around something that isn't good. It inspires me with thoughts to know when someone is in need of my service. It confirms to me that God loves me and Jesus Christ is the Savior of the world. Show more Show less