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Hi I'm Carina

I attend Paul Mitchell the School. I am a wife, a sister, a daughter, and a best friend. And yes, I am a Mormon.

About Me

My whole life revolves around the gospel. I see little miracles happen everyday. I love the outdoors! I go climbing, hiking, backpacking, exploring. I love being in the nature. I am attending BYU Idaho with a major of Recreational Management. I live in a family of four. I am the oldest, with a younger brother. I have two loving parents who always support me. I also have two half siblings! I recently met my birthmom (yes I am adopted). My life rings something new everyday, and I am so grateful to have been raised a member of this church all my life!

Why I am a Mormon

I have been raised in a very strong LDS family. Throughout the years, I have learned of the importance the gospel brings in my life. I have seen the gospel work miracles in my life, with my friends, and my family. I have a strong testimony that this church is true. I have a testimony that it is real, that Heavenly Father is there and He is listening and paying attention to everything that is going on in my life. I have a true testimony of the Atonement and that we can have true joy in our lives and that we can be forgiven and clean if we use His Atonement. Being a member of this church is a choice; not something you go to just because your family goes. I go because I want to, because I have seen the miracles the gospel brings to me; and I would not give up my testimony and knowledge for anything. I am so grateful for this church and for my Heavenly Father and Savior Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

I love to provide service in my community and in the church. In the church, my calling is the organist and the first counselor in the Relief Society program. I love serving in the Relief Society because I have the chance to teach and guide sisters. In my community, I regulary participate in giving service to the elderly, making the community look better, participating in gift wraps, and providing service to any of those who need it.