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Hi I'm Chloe

I'm a native to Arizona, currently going to High School, and I love trying new things.

About Me

Let me try and sum up a bit about me in a short, nice, easy-to-read paragraph: I love learning. If I could, I would take high school and college classes about anything and everything. But I am especially interested in psycology, health and natural remedies for illness, animal studies, culinary arts, art in general, and foreign cultures. I have no idea what profession I should attain, but it will be invovling one or more of those previous catagories. I love traveling a lot, it's one of my favorite things to do. Reading is also a passion of mine, writing as well. I currently live in Arizona and I love it here! Even if the temperature hits beyond a 100 degrees in the summer, it has gorgeus desert scenery and sunsets. This is all I have to say but, if you want to know more or have a question, feel free to ask!

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a mormon, and have been since I was babtized at age eight. This is common for most kids that are born and raised in a family that's LDS. Of course, it was my choice. And out of all the choices I have ever made in my life, this one has had the greatest and most positive results. Because I have stuck to the church and followed it's guidance and the commandments, I have been able to learn things that have given me a true understanding of where I cam from, who I am, what my mission on earth is, what will happen to me when I die, and more. I also have been spared from many heartaches and disasters. Now don't get me wrong, I have my trials and temptations just like everyone else. I'm sure every lds member can agree with me when I say we have all had moments when we ourselves wonder if the church is true, if the things that some of us have been hearing since we can remember, our in fact, true. But by praying, reading our scricptures, attending church, we can push away the doubts and feel the peace of knowing it is. That this church IS true, it IS the only way to feel real joy. To be able to know that you have a Heavenly that loves more than you will ever know, an older brother, Jesus, that loves you enough to die for you. That because of his antonement, your sins can be forgiven and no matter what, they will ALWAYS love you. You are on this earth because you chose to be, we all did. We wanted to come down here and gain a testimony of this gospel, and of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. The last you can do is ponder these things in your heart and pray to God asking if these things are true. It's a little much for a paragraph on why I'm a mormon, but I hope you can believe me that when I say this Church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, is true.

How I live my faith

I participate in Young Women's, which is a youth group for girls ages 12-18. We have mutual every Tuesday or Wednesday (depending on your ward) which is where we do fun yet uplifting activities from 7-8:30pm. And of course, I go to church every Sunday which acts as an "energy boost" spiritually for the week to come. Also, I go to seminary. I'm sure most of you know what that is, but for those who don't, it's a class where lds students, like myself, go to a seminary building in the morning before school and take time to have a lesson on how to increase your faith and become a better you. And just going about everyday life making sure I am upholding my standards is how I live my faith.

Who is the Mormon prophet today?

Chloe
God has called prophets to lead His Church in our day, just as He did anciently. The current prophet and President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is Thomas S. Monson. He is assisted by two counselors—Henry B. Eyring and Dieter F. Uctdorf. Together, they make up the First Presidency of the Church (much like Peter, James, and John after Christ’s death). All members of the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles are apostles and prophets. The current Apostles are: ■Boyd K. Packer ■L. Tom Perry ■Russell M. Nelson ■Dallin H. Oaks ■M. Russell Ballard ■Richard G. Scott ■Robert D. Hales ■Jeffrey R. Holland ■David A. Bednar ■Quentin L. Cook ■D. Todd Christofferson ■Neil L. Andersen Show more Show less