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Hi I'm Becky

I was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. Then polished in the Deep South. I love Jesus Christ and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a full-time life enthusiast. A college student who is discovering the world daily. I love the Gospel, my family, and learning about people's lives. I know a bit about music, am passionate about families, can spend hours with my nose stuck in a book, plan on running a marathon, enjoy pulling spontaneous pranks, can sit on a porch swing for hours watchin' a storm roll in, dream of traveling the world, think deeply, like to read the New York Times, enjoys long drives on country roads, talk before I think, am a big sports junkie, and loves the small the things in life.

Why I am a Mormon

I love the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It can be explained and understood simply yet studied deeply for a life time. I was raised as a Mormon but have had some exposure to other religions and beliefs. Only through faith, prayer, and living the principles of this Church that I came to believe that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is true and brings peace, meaning, and love. It's like the first spring flower of winter; bringing hope and understanding to an imperfect world. Every question has an answer. Every trial has meaning. Every day has a purpose. Jesus Christ lives! He is the Son of God, Redeemer of the World, Savior of all mankind. I have a deep love for my Father in Heaven and Jesus Christ, who are two separate beings. I know that I am a daughter of God. There's a pattern of Eternal families. It's real. I know that my family is forever. I want a forever family. Prophets walk the Earth today just as the days of the Bible. Joseph Smith was a Prophet. The Book of Mormon is scripture, just like the Bible. The Gospel is my life. It means everything to me. I don't ever want to let it go.

How I live my faith

My life is a faith-based work. From saying my prayers and studying the scriptures every day; attending Church every week; to meetings