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Hi I'm Sydney

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a freshmen in college and have adjusted quite well. I am interested in the sciences, specifically biology and am part of the pre-professional club. I also enjoy acting as well as ceramics.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a recent convert, I chose this church because it is true. I remember the first time that I attended church and everyone was so open and accepting. It's like these people see the good that is inside of you, just like God does. The church members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints are not judgemental at all, they respect everyone and see you as a son or daughter of God, and will love you for that. I was fortunate enough to get to know a Mormon family before I converted and they changed my life. They always offered for me to be a part of the activities that they were doing with the church and were always welcoming. As time went by, I realized that I wanted to know more and that is when I requested lessons from some missionaries. Missionaries are there to help you, to guide you along this wonderful path and to help you understand the gospel. The missionaries that I have soon became my friends, when we have lessons, you can just tell that they really want to see you succeed in every part of your life. So, I am a Mormon because the unfailing love of the members reflected the unconditional love of our Savior. You'll know too that this church is true, once you dive into the Book of Mormon.

How I live my faith

I do not hold a high authority in the church, however, everyone can make a difference. I live through my faith and it has made all the difference. Once you learn to follow the commandments, you will be an overall happier person. Soon I will be asked to help visit members of the church and have lessons with those people which draw us as individuals, closer to our Heavenly Father.