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Hi I'm Becca.

I'm crazy about music. I love to laugh. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

So much has happened in my life to create the person I am today, it's hard to narrow things down into a short, concise blurb that can help people know who I am. But I'll do my best! I am a junior undergraduate in college. When I graduate I will have a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drawing, and I hope to create beautiful art for myself, for my family, for other people, and for my God. I love art. I already create so much with my music, which I will never stop doing, I thought why not visual art as well? I love it. I can't even express how grateful I am that I grew up in a home that appreciates the importance the arts in people's lives. I truly believe art is the language of the soul. Through music, visual arts, or any other kind we are able to listen and connect to parts of our heart and mind that we don't normally listen to, and we can connect to our spirit on an intimate level. So if there's anything about me I would like to share, it's that art is my life. I've been able to connect with so many people through school, church, service with my art, be it playing my violin or drawing a picture or singing a song. It's universal, and it's beautiful.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know this church and the gospel taught within it is true. I know Jesus Christ is my Redeemer and that he loves me. I as a member of His church believe just that, that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is Christ's church, that it has the fulness of His gospel. He lives! How glorious that knowledge is. And I, as well as all other members, wish to share this with everyone, because we want everyone to partake in the joy that we feel from knowing God's love for His children.

How I live my faith

Recently I was a sunbeam teacher in my local ward, which is to say I taught children in our ward who were three years old turning four. And they are little sunbeams, very bright and energetic and make you want to lie down and sleep. It was a wonderful privilege, and I loved each of my sunbeams with all my heart (even though a few were a little more difficult than others to manage). I help out where I can, mostly with music in some way or another. At this point, my ward is surviving without my particular expertise, for I am a full-time missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.