What Is a Church Community?
Loading.....

The video player could not be built.

Do you want to chat with a missionary?

We are happy to answer any questions you may have. Start a chat or call us at 1-888-537-6600.

Hi I'm DahLynn

I am a member of a military family. I'm an aspiring Cosmetologist and Massage Therapist. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a recent high school graduate and working to save money for college to become a Cosmetologist and Massage Therapist. I come from a large military family of 9 members. We have moved multiple times and have even lived outside the States. All the moves have really brought our family together since we didn't really have the opportunity to establish close friendships with the people in our area. My dad and I coach my younger sister's soccer team together. I'm a Daddy's Little Girl. My mom has taught me how to play the piano, cook, and sew. All the things I can't learn in a classroom, I've learned from her. Family is a big deal to me. I can't imagine what life would be without them.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in to the Church. But I'm at the point in my life when I get to choose for myself. Honestly, this gospel has become more than just my religion. It is who I am and everything I do. I love this church and the principles it teaches. When I was starting high school, I decided that I needed to gain my own testimony so that I could withstand the temptations that I would face, and later be the example to my children the way my own mother is to me. One thing that I knew I had unshakable faith in was the Priesthood. It never ceases to amaze me that the same power our Savior used to calm the seas, heal the blind, bless the children, and move mountains, is the same power that is entrusted to 12 year-old young men. And I have seen that power work in my life and the life of my family. This is a living church. Heavenly Father continues to guide His children and provide new revelations to our living prophet, Thomas S. Monson. I love my Father in Heaven and to know that He can speak to me personally leaves no room for the desire to stray. I know these things to be true without a shadow of a doubt.

How I live my faith

Living in a small town, it doesn't take long for people to figure out that I'm a Mormon. They see it in the way that I dress, talk, and behave. I try to be the example that Jesus was to the people of His time. In my ward, I never turn down a calling. I've been able to serve in class presidencies and I know that in any capacity, I am able to serve others however they need me. Currently, I am serving as the Young Single Adult Representative in my ward. This gives me the opportunity to meet people my age and let them know that there is a place they can go that caters specifically to their understanding of the gospel and it is a very friendly environment where they can relax and feel the Spirit speak to them.