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Hi I'm Piper

I dance 10+ hours a week. I enjoy spending time with friends and family. I'm a Mormon and i love it!

About Me

I love to spend time under the sun with my friends and family. Me and my two brothers have lots of fun together. I have lots of good friends and love to hangout with them. I dance 10+ hours a week and I play volleyball for fun. I love to read books and write short stories. I'm a hard worker and want to be a Psychologist/Teacher/Mom, when i grow up. I've been to 15 of the 50 states and hope to explore all of them. I've never been out of the country but hope to someday. I love and respect my country and consider it to be a beautiful blessing.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. From the day i was baptized at age 8, I have done my best to please God. The Book of Mormon is the most true book on earth and it is the key stone of our church. I know this church is true because i have experienced it for myself and have felt the Spirit of The Lord touch my heart and life. He has given me much and I show my love and gratitude for him by being the best I can be. It does not matter what your friends or others think about you. It matters what God thinks about you. He is watching us every second of everyday and is there for us if we need him. By simply praying to our Lord, we can communicate our thoughts and trials of life. He is there to comfort and to guide us. We just have to follow Him.

How I live my faith

I have been Youth President to our wards beehives (young women ages 12-13). The young women is our ward are outstanding and the girls and leaders have helped strengthen my testimony of this Church.

What is faith?

Piper
To have faith is to “hope for things which are not seen, which are true”. Having Faith in Christ to to trust and believe in Him even though we can not see Him with our Eyes. Show more Show less