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Hi I'm Kinsey

I love to make music. I study applied math. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I´m studying math at a university, and I hope to be an Aeronautic Engineer someday. I would love to design and build planes. I play the cello, guitar, and piano, and I love it. Music is my de-stresser. I recently returned from a mission, where I lived and taught people about the Church in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I am the oldest of 5 siblings (one sister and 4 little brothers). When I have free time I love to hang out with them and play.

Why I am a Mormon

My parents are Mormons, and I was raised as a member of this church. But even though I was always taught that this was the true church, I had to gain a personal witness--I had to find out for myself. It came piece by piece, but now I feel that I have a firm testimony of this church, and of Jesus Christ. And because I have this testimony, that Jesus is my Savior and that THIS is his church, I have chosen to live it and share it. I have felt a strong witness that the Book of Mormon is truly the word of God. And every time I hear the words of the living prophet, I know he really says what Christ would say if He were here.

How I live my faith

I live in a rural area, and there are a lot of elderly in my neighborhood. Part of what i do to live my religion is go and visit some of the widows and elderly in my ward. I love listening to them, they always have a story to tell, and I learn a lot from them and about them.

What is being a Mormon like?

Kinsey
Being a Mormon is like being a part of a team. One worldwide, unified, fun, happy team. I´ve traveled a lot, and been to LDS services in many places, and it´s the same all over the world. It´s one of the greatest feelings ever to know that anywhere I go, no matter how far from familiar faces I may be, I can find a place where I am welcomed and understood. Show more Show less