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Hi I'm Tiffany Ann Ewell

I am a college student. I am a Harry Potter fan, I wish Hogwarts was real. I love books, music, & helping others. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I attend college at Brigham Young University-Idaho. I am majoring in English with an emphasis on professional writing and I minor in Informatics. When not at school I live with family in Washington State. I love Washington and all of its scenery. I love reading books and doing community service. But most of all I love my family and the church. I have been a member all my life, though not always active. My parents divorced when I was 4. I have been to 16 different schools and have had my share of being jealous of others because they never moved once in their life, they never had to face changes yearly. As a result of constantly moving, constantly being thrown into situations which always seemed to grow worse emotionally I learned to hide within the shadows, to never speak out. Then In high school I began to attend church regularly and there I found my refuge from the storms that raged on at home, at school, and all around me.

Why I am a Mormon

The summer before I would enter high school I went through some really tough stuff with my family and I resented my mother because she would not let us live with our father. Instead we had to move once again and learn to live in a whole new place. I was terrified to go to my new school and fed up with life at home. One day I was out exploring our neighborhood and found the nearest meetinghouse was within walking distance of our apartment. I went home and looked up the meetinghouse and time that church started. That Sunday I dragged my little sister to church with me. It was there at that small ward where my testimony of the gospel truly blossomed. Where I truly understood that we are never alone, there is always someone to talk to. I love this church and all that it stands for. I know with a certainty that this is the true gospel. Joseph Smith truly saw God the father and Jesus Christ in the sacred grove. I love this church and feel truly blessed to be a part of it. I know that wherever I go there is a whole group of people there ready and willing to help me grow. I know that I am not alone. I know that Heavenly Father is only a prayer away and he is rooting for us to succeed in our endeavors to be worthy so that we may come home to him. Without the church I don’t know where I would be today. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is truly guided by God. Tomas S. Monson is truly the living prophet here on the Earth. I know and have faith that this is the one true church. This church is my rock in a sea of uncertainty.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by attending church every Sunday. I listen eagerly to what our leaders have to say. I follow the commandments. I partake of the sacrament each week to remind me of the covenants I have made with the Lord and to remind me of Jesus’ atoning sacrifice for us, that we may one day return to our home with God the father. I chose not to drink alcohol or follow the ways of the world. I have made it my goal to stay worthy so that when the time comes I may be able to marry in the temple for all eternity. I pray daily and read my scriptures. I treat my body as a temple. I treat others with kindness and understanding, I do not judge. Every day I try to exemplify the qualities of Jesus and I try to be the best example I can be to others.