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Hi I'm Sabrina

I'm a published poet. I love running and tennis. I have a puppy. I'm waiting for my love as he serves a mission and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a college student. I love reading, writing, playing guitar, and engaging in outdoor activities and sports. I'm a full time parent of a silky terrier puppy named Magnus. I thoroughly enjoy developing my own film and doing darkroom manipulations, and working with clay. I was converted at the age of fourteen and couldn't imagine my life without the church. My boyfriend is serving a mission for the church and is returning January 2014, and i'm waiting patiently.

Why I am a Mormon

It's changed my life for the better. I'm a stronger person because of it. Without the Gospel, I wouldn't know about the plan of salvation. It gave me faith and the knowledge that I have a purpose, and that families can be together forever.

How I live my faith

I try to share my love of the gospel whenever and wherever I can. I love and support my missionary. I regularly attend church group and bible studies. I service my fellow brothers and sisters whenever I can. I make sure that the women I visit with know I'm there for them, and that their heavenly father loves them and will always be there for them.

Why is authority to perform a baptism important?

Sabrina
Authority to perform baptism comes all the way down from the priesthood, given to Christ's twelve apostles. Without the priesthood held by worthy men, the authority isn't there. It's like asking a ventriloquist to arrest someone. He isn't a police officer. He doesn't have the proper authority. So it doesn't hold the same weight. Show more Show less