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Hi I'm Lindsey

I work for 4-H. I am proud of my fiery red hair. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a outdoor girl in the big city. I grew up in a suburb, but we rode horses, camped and skied as much as we could. I moved to one of the largest cities on the east coast in hopes of expanding my experiences and it's been a great ride ever since. I work for a youth organization called 4-H. In my opinion it's one of the best youth development programs in the nation. I'm always crossing my life into 4-H and taking things from 4-H into my life. I grew up in my home as the only child, but now have seven brothers and sisters. I love my blended family and am always looking to how I can grow closer to them.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon first, because I've asked God if The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is His church on this earth and received the answer, or impression from the Holy Spirit, that it is. I am Mormon second, because it brings me happiness, comfort and guidance that I can find in nothing and no where else. When I was young, about eight or nine, somehow I came to the conclusion that I was doomed to go to Hell because I had lied to my mom about various things eight year old children lie about. I can't remember how I came to this conclusion as my family was not religious. I think they would categorize themselves as Agnostic. Though it seems unlikely, truthfully, I would cry myself to sleep some nights because I thought I would never end up in heaven. Luckily about a year later a Mormon friend took me to church with her. This inspired a woman in my ward, or congregation made up of people in a geographic area, to send the missionaries to my home. They taught me about Jesus Christ, his sacrifice and atonement and that I could be saved and return to live with my Father in Heaven after death. This truth spoke to my heart and I knew after the missionary discussions and praying to know, that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was God's church on the earth today. I am grateful every day that my mother let me be baptized. Though my family has never joined the Church, I love them more than

How I live my faith

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