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Hi I'm Lindsey.

I go to a regular high school. I have a passion for music and art and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to play music. I love to sing, dance (even though I may not be so great at it), and paint. I have a passion for the arts. That includes cooking. I love to help around the house and spend time with my family and friends. I do go to high school and interact with other kids. I make decent grades just as any other teenager. I may not have always had a perfect life but, through my faith.. Each day gets even BETTER!

Why I am a Mormon

I love being a Mormon! The gospel gives me such pleasure and great joy! I love my ward family. That's what we are a family. We all look out for each other and care. We all share a strong testimony in our beliefs. I love my Savior. I, also, love my Father in Heaven. I love having the companionship of the Holy Ghost. I love my faith because even though I was raised in this church, I love it. You really have to be converted even if you've grown up with it. Otherwise, how would you know it's true? I know my church is true because I can truly feel it within my heart that it's the best place to be!

How I live my faith

I live my faith by attending Young Women's. It's a program specifically for the Young Women. It really is a wonderful program. We have activities, events, and Personal Progress. Personal Progress is another progressive program that teaches us new skills.

Do Mormons practice polygamy?

No, we don't practice plural marriage. So, that means I will have one husband and he will have one wife. At one point, there was plural marriage in the church; however, it has not been that way since the year 1890. Show more Show less

What is a ward/stake/branch?

A ward are local congregations much like a parish in the catholic religion (they are not the same just about the same size). Branches are smaller congregations that do not meet the requirements to be called a ward. It is organized based on population and where you live. Stakes are a group of wards and branches. Show more Show less