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Hi I'm Nikki

I'm from Minnesota. I want to travel the world. I educate young minds. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love volleyball and softball. I graduated college and have been teaching elementary school for four years. I live with four other women who are all busy teachers as well. I absolutely love everything relating to Harry Potter. I aim to travel and see the world.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because it makes me happy and it helps to know that even when I make mistakes, I can be forgiven. I love knowing that there is a Heavenly Father and he does love me and he wants the best for me. He knows me and my weakness and is willing to help me become the best person I can be. I know that through the atonement of Jesus Christ I can not only be forgiven, but I can be comforted in times of trial and hardship. Life would be lonely without knowing that the Savior is with me every step of the way. It's comforting to know that even after I die, I can live with my family forever.

How I live my faith

I attend one of the wards for Young Single Adults. In this ward we have the opportunity to help strengthen the members of the ward and the community. I help the people I attend church with find jobs and build their resumes. I also go visit people our age to let them know we are there for their support and comfort if they need it and to be a friend to those who are lonely. 

Why are Mormons asked to donate 10% of their income to their Church?

Nikki
We believe and understand that the Lord has given us everything here on earth. With that, He has given us the means to work and have finances come into our lives. The reason why we give 10 percent of our income to the church is because it is showing our gratitude to the Lord for the blessings He has given us. This is a small sacrifice that we give to Him to show Him that we are grateful and we love and appreciate what He has blessed us with. Show more Show less