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Hi I'm Mallery

I'm a Mormon. I've grown up all my life in Mesa Arizona and I love everything about it except for the heat.

About Me

Some of my hobbies and interests are constantly taking pictures and making fun videos. I love going camping and playing in the rain. I also love going to the ocean. I play sports: basketball, softball, and volleyball. Basketball being my favorite. I love hanging around with family and friends, they're so much fun!

Why I am a Mormon

I've grown up all my life a Mormon. I love being a Mormon! It makes me so happy to be apart of such a wonderful plan that our Heavenly Father so perfectly laid for us. I also love to share the Gospel as much as possible with others. It makes me so excited when someone listens intently to what I say! I know that Joseph Smith was called of God to restore the Gospel to the Earth and begin the building of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and the beautiful, spiritual, and sacred Temples. I know that the Book of Mormon is the word of God. I believe Prophet Thomas S. Monson is a prophet called of God. I believe all the teachings of the Church and I never want to go against what they have to say. I do not believe the teachings hold me back in any way, I look at them as a form of freedom and safety. I know that if we follow these teachings, follow the Prophet, and always follow our Heavenly Father, we can be saved through Him and even bring others with us.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by following the teachings given by the Church and the Prophet and Heavenly Father. I try to be an example to everyone I meet by being kind, speaking appropriately, and always try to tell them at least a little bit about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I believe that it's our duty to be a missionary to others and invite them to activities and Church, but most importantly... to be a good friend.