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Hi I'm Rashida

I sew, cook, play piano, guitar, volleyball, basketball & softball. I'm an entertainer & enthusiast for creativity. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a musician, singer- songwriter. I love make up artistry. My passion is creating and rearranging... everything. I love to see things in a different light and from every possible angle. I love learning about people and relationships, and discovering how we are all connected. Because we are.

Why I am a Mormon

As a child there are truths of the gospel that I've never learned, always known, and just needed them verified. While in my youth, I visited many churches, and learned about Jesus Christ and the plan of salvation. As I paid attention in sunday school classes, I remembered things that never felt right in my heart. I wouldn't question doctrine or principles in the classroom, for the sake of being respectful to my teachers. I had experience with members of this church, some bad and some good, that remained with me until I wanted to know more. When I learned of true doctrine and principles taught in this church, my heart rejoiced in knowing the true character of my Heavenly Father.

How I live my faith

One of the best ways to show my faith is through being an example. There are so many different ways to serve in church and also ways to turn that outward. I've served as an organist, which I love, because music speaks to many hearts in ways words will not. Serving as a teacher it's exciting to inspire and encourage the women around me to strive to be more like Christ. It's a great responsiblity, so I use prayer, revelation, and the many church resources available, to ensure I will be able to connect to many people in multiple ways. I also enjoy gathering with friends to coordinate fun and wholesome activities that bond youth and adults together in a family oriented setting... and the invitation has no boundaries.