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Hi I'm Dominique

I am going to be an Aunt at any moment and am leaving for a mission in March. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I currently live in Washington state, and am a student at BYU-Idaho, which I absolutely love, weather and all! My major is International Studies, with a Health Science emphasis and a minor in Spanish. With that I want to either go on to medical school to become a neurosurgeon or help with humanitarian aid programs. I played soccer for 6 years, and have played the piano for just as many =)

Why I am a Mormon

I have gained my own testimony of the truthfulness of the Gospel. Both my parents are members, so I had the blessing of growing up in the Church, but it was through various experiences that I came to really see God's hand in my life. It did not come all at once as it does for some people, but in increments. After reading the Book of Mormon I wanted to know if it was true, so before I prayed about it I read it again, and then continue reading as I prayed. I have learned that I have to do my part before blessings occur. I love this Gospel, and I live it because I want the opportunity to return to my Father in Heaven one day, and be with my family for Eternity.

How I live my faith

I just try and do my best to follow the commandments that the Lord has given us. I now have the opportunity to serve a full-time mission. I received my call for the Nicaragua Managua North mission, where I will have the opportunity to teach those I come in contact with about the Gospel that I love so dearly.

Do you really believe there is a prophet like Moses alive today?

Dominique
There is no doubt in my mind that there is a prophet today. I don't believe that God would leave us without guidance and help. He loves us and wants us to succeed in life, and one of the best chances is for us to have someone here who can see what we can't on our own. Show more Show less