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Hi I'm Phoebe

I love running, I'm a duck tape fanatic, I have six sisters that I love, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born and raised in the church. At the age of 8 or 9 I moved to Idaho. As I lived there for four years, I learned important lessons about respect, trust, and friendship. Then I moved back to my home town in Arizona. I now continue to grow spiritually, mentaly and physically. I enjoy sports such as cross country, track, and swim, I excel in science and math, and I am always trying to find ways serve my family.

Why I am a Mormon

As a child I relied on my parents' testimonies. What they said was true, I said was true. Now I am on a mission to find my own testimony. I am finishing up the Book of Mormon, and, as I do, my testimony grows. I can now testify in total confidence that my lord and savior Jesus Christ lives and loves me too.

How I live my faith

As a youth I am given many oppertunities to learn the gospel. I take these opertunities and cherish them by aplying them to my life.

What do Mormons believe about "eternal life?"

Having eternal life is having an immortal life with God. We can attcheive eternal life when we obey God's laws in this life. When you give your life to God, you will find that you have eternal life. Show more Show less

Are all Mormons required to serve a mission?

No; it is a very personal choice. One usually makes this choice after much fasting and praying. Missionaries usually start their missions between the ages of 19 to 21. It is a voluntary service that is generally served from 18 months to 2 years, and they are not paid for their service. Serving a mission is stronly suggested, and it is considered a privilege, but it is not a requirement. Show more Show less