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Hi I'm Sarah Erickson

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mom of two active boys. I am a wife to a wonderful husband. I studied piano seriously many years, in high school and part of college. I went to North Carolina School of the Arts for high school. I was baptized into the Mormon church the day before I left to the School of the Arts. I was fourteen years old. That was the best decision I have ever made. I went to Brigham Young University for a couple of years of college. Then I served a mission to Arizona for a year and a half. I returned home to Minnesota after completing my mission and finished my BA degree at the University of Minnesota. I met my husband during this time. I enjoy exercising, cleaning, gardening, playing piano, spending time with family, and eating healthy foods.

Why I am a Mormon

I joined the Mormon church when I was fourteen years old because I felt the teachings were true. That belief has been strengthened time and time again to me as I have felt the Holy Spirit confirm that this is Jesus Christ's church. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is beautiful and pure in it's fullness. His church is established for us to come closer to Him and help others to do so as well. Being a Mormon/Christian is a part of who I am. How I view the world, our life here, how I make decisions, and how I choose to use my time, can tie to the teachings of the Gospel. It has helped me work through challenges, strengthen relationships, and remember why we are here in this life. I love being a Mormon and I love the gospel of Jesus Christ!

How I live my faith

I would hope that my actions and how I live my life would reflect my faith and testimony of this church. Not only do I try to serve well in my callings or responsibilities at church, I try to serve those around me, in my family, in my neighborhood and others with whom I associate. I try to see other people as all children of our Heavenly Father, all with divine worth and all with their own set of challenges in their lives. Jesus is our perfect example of love towards all people. The church helps me in providing an organized way of showing my commitment to the Gospel of Jesus Christ through making covenants and serving in callings.