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Hi I'm Annisketty!

I'm a missionary, a beat-boxer, I love nutrition and science, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm currently serving a mission in the Province of Quebec, in Canada. I was baptised when I was 17 years old, on a small island called Ketchikan, Alaska, that's where all my family is at. I love beatboxing, I was actually apart of the first ever American Beat-Box championships, I love serving the Lord, and that's why I'm out here in Montreal serving for two years! I'm from the south-east Alaskan Islands, I come from the Tlingit and Haida tribes. I love my family with all my heart and hope to have a good family one day too.

Why I am a Mormon

When I was seventeen years old, I had no idea what the "Mormons" believed in, I didn't even know that the true name was The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, but my best friend, Ryan, told me all I needed to know, and not too mention, the Elders stopped by, and we had all the discussions, then 3 or 4 weeks later I was baptized. I'm "Mormon" because I know with a doubt in my mind, that Jesus Christ is our savior, and I know that he is, because I've felt his presence in my life and his love. I know that God still reaches out to His children, He hasn't left us in the darkness, He reaches out to us, through prophets. The book of Mormon is another testament of Jesus Christ that a modern prophet translated through the power of God. That is why I am Mormon.

How I live my faith

I think the most important outward expression of faith is kindness. I grew up in a home where we rarely attended church, but still kept the principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ. My parents taught me from an early age to be kind to others. Even into adulthood this remains true, although it may appear differently. One thing I have lived to do over the years is see people for their potential and not by their flaws. This is greatly attributed to life I lived in my younger years. Just as Jesus Christ taught, love one another.

What do Mormons believe is the purpose of life?

Basically our purpose on earth is to prepare ourselves for something greater, just as our parents here on earth let us go and learn for ourselves, it's the same with Heavenly Father. Show more Show less

What is faith?

Faith, is believing without necessarily seeing it. Jesus Christ once said "blessed art those who have not see me, and still believe" because through out the ages many people and prophets have witnessed with their own eyes the Savior Jesus Christ. Faith is something necessary for life, to hope for things, that things will go good. I know that if we all have faith, we truly can bring peace into this world. Show more Show less