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Hi I'm Haylie

I live in Minnesota. I love to read. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I just finished a year a BYU in Provo and am now heading out to a mission in California. I have one older sister, one younger brother, and two little sisters. I love to read, draw, and play piano and clarinet, though I'm a little out of practice. I love to talk.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been raised into the church by my strong member parents. When I was little I was a Mormon because that was what my parents raised me to be. As I have gotten older I am a Mormon because of the peace, saftey, and love I feel when I live the Gospel. I believe all of the teachings of the Gospel and have seen the blessings that living them has brought to my life.

How I live my faith

I called to be on of 3 leaders for a group of 18 students in my ward at school. I loved having the opportunity to get to know them all more and found it to be an intense calling. We had organized actives once a week and had dinner together once a month.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

I find this question interesting mainly because of how I grew up. I live in an area where there aren't many Mormons, which also means that the others in our area don't know much about our religion. I remember people asking my mom if she let her kids play with other children who weren't Mormon. She told them that she hoped other people would let her children play with their even though they were Mormon. The majority of the people I know are not Mormon and I love to help them all any way I can. To me, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is a Church filled with the purpose to help everyone they can in any way they can. So, to answer the question, no. Mormon help everyone. Show more Show less