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Hi I'm Chelsie

I grew up in Montana. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a college student studying Music. I'm married to my best friend. We enjoy sharing adventures together such as hiking, swimming, movies, games, and just spending time together. I grew up as the oldest of 10 children in a small, rural farming community. My parents are my role models and I hope to be able to be like them someday.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised as a Mormon. I have always had the gospel in my life and can't imagine it otherwise. I know it to be true. I know that I wouldn't be who I am today if I hadn't had the gospel in my life. I'm not perfect yet, but everyday and every trial and blessing that Heavenly Father sends my way is helping me to continue to learn and grow and reach the goal of becoming perfect like our Savior. I am so grateful that I have the knowledge that I do. I would be lost without it. I'm grateful that Heavenly Father is a merciful God and that he has devised such a perfect plan for all of his children. Knowing what he wants for us and has in store for us, if we will but follow his plan, makes me so happy! We can be together with our families forever! We can return to live with Him again! The gospel truly brings me great joy and happiness!

How I live my faith

My husband and I just moved into a new ward so we don't yet have callings other than visiting and home teachers. As I have been here in this new ward, I've come to realize the importance of visiting teaching. We're in a young married student ward, and we're all from different places around the world so no one knows anyone. Here it's really important for us to reach out to each other and get to know each other as we're all far away from anything familiar, most especially our friends and family. If we will do even the simplest little things, like visiting teaching, we will be able to come together as a ward family and lift and strengthen each other.