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Hi I'm Tiffany Dawn

I'm an ASU student, a track athlete. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Tiffany. I am student at Arizona State University. I went to BYU-Idaho for 2 semester, Mesa Community college for 2 Semester and currently at Arizona State. I am Studying to be a Sign language interpreter. I am a HUGE baseball fan and Work as a lifeguard for the Diamondbacks. I have a passion for High Jump and hope to continue my Track career either at ASU running or becoming a coach. I am a student, an athlete and a baseball fan. and I'm a Mormon.

Why I am a Mormon

Why am I a Mormon?... Good Question. Many people may think that growing up Mormon, you are just part of that religion because its the only thing you know. For a while I thought that was the case for me; I didn't know anything else. I got questions like "how can you believe that if you don't know anything else?" or told "you haven't experience this because you're Mormon what do you know?" So I began taking classes in school to find out about other religions, not trying to prove my religion wrong but to make sure I knew that the standards and beliefs I was taught within the LDS church is what I truly believed in. I began measuring my happiness through how I felt when I studied other religions and my own. I found more happiness through the gospel of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. That when I studied, my body, mind and heart told me that that church was true, and without a doubt I was on the right path. I'm a Mormon, because having the high standards the church supports and having an end goal in sight, that I am working towards, makes me a better person and brings me endless happiness. That the church is centered around God and becoming what he wants us to be.

How I live my faith

I live my Faith everyday! Through my actions, and appearance I try to be the example and the daughter of God that the Lord wants me to be. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints, they have set high standards that at times may seem like a stretch or a lot to handle, but in the end is worth it. These standards we follow everyday define who we are and also show our respect for the body God gave us.