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Hi I'm Molly

I am a creative mind, a hug giver, a daughter of god.

About Me

I am attending college as a Technical Theatre major with a minor in Art History. I found my love for creativity through high school and it has grown through the years. Being able to look an object and see something completely different than everyone else is what makes me unique. I know who i am because Gods hand in my life, he has mad me who i am through trial and forgiveness. I am so grateful for his everlasting love and faith in his children. I met the love of my life through fate and my Heavenly father, of course. He is my polar opposite, the chocolate to my peanut butter, my best friend, and my eternal companion. I can't wait to be sealed to him for time and all eternity. I enjoy adventures and learning new things, traveling to new places. Other religions inspire me and give me an inside look to the lives of those who may believe in something different but share the common factor of faith. I believe we are all gods children and he loves all of us, so I love to be like him. I believe its our foreordained duty to write Heavenly Father's love letter to the earth and spread to everyone!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the church, so i fed off my parents testimony for a while. I never really got into scripture reading, but i sure loved to pray. Heavenly Father listens to me and I love to talk. As I entered into jr. high I began to hang out more with my non-member friends, they accepted my differences. I got to high school not being the strongest or wisest of the gospel. My testimony in high school was lacking and though my friends were amazing they were not members, being not the greatest examples. My members friends were few and went to another school. Then I ventured of to college were I had a choice whether to go to church or not. I knew the gospel was true but i sure wasn't living it. I made good friends who were members and became my examples. I longed to have the faith and testimony they did. Another choice came upon me, i wanted to fully live the gospel teachings, but I was a theatre performance major so there were some questionable roles that I may have had to play. I prayed for the majority of my freshman year, I didn't switch my major but i did switch my emphasis to technical instead of performance. It was an amazing load off my back, which gave me more time to live the gospel and be the daughter of god I was supposed to be. I know Jesus sacrificed for us and we were sent here to make mistakes, learn and , grow. I know that through the mercy and love of god I can go back to him. I love the gospel and want to show the world the light of Christ that can shine though me. I am a Mormon because I want to be an example to others and spread Gods love to those in need.

How I live my faith

I participate in church as a leader and teacher. I try to read everyday before school and pray twice a day, unless there is a test then I'm sending prayers up to heaven all day.

How are modesty and chastity related? How can parents teach their children to be modest in dress, language and behavior?

Modesty is tied to chastity very closely, through the way we present ourselves we can make connections some good and some bad. I have definitely have had a whistle or a honk as i walk down the street and it feels uncomfortable. They way we dress is reflecting our beliefs and our moral standards. I grew up in a home with a fashionista mom, so i always knew how to look fashionable and great but still be modest. Parents need to help children see what can happen to them if they don't hold true to their moral standards. Don't be afraid to say things that make the world ugly, children need to know how to protect themselves from falling away from their moral standards. Show more Show less