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Hi I'm Stacy

I am from a small town in Washington, I love volleyball, climbing trees and watching the sun rise. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the youngest of four kids, and the more reserved one of the bunch. My family is everything to me. Currently I am a college student who is trying to figure out what path to go down in life. I love to play volleyball, Frisbee, and do just about anything outside. I love getting up early and watching the sun rise, or staying out late star gazing. I have traveled to many parts of the world, and I want to continue to travel. People fascinate me. I love talking to strangers and hearing their stories. We all have one.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the Church, but never really had a testimony of my very own until high school. One day it dawned on me that the Church was true. It was like hitting a brick wall at full speed. I realized that the reason why I was so happy was because I had the gospel of Christ in my life. All the blessings, happiness and joy in my life came as a result from the church. Nothing has made me happier. I know who I am, where I am going, and I know that there is a God above who looks out for and loves me. I want to do everything in my power to follow God's will and do what He would want me to do.

How I live my faith

I live my faith one day at a time by trying my very best each day. I know that Christ died for me, and I want to spend my life serving Christ. Every day I try my best to make the lives of others easier, and share the happiness that I have in my own life. I serve as a Home Evening Coordinator in my ward, which essentially means I look out for the needs of those in my ward. I occasionally help teach how to implement Christ-like attributes into our lives, and I serve those who are struggling. I strive every day to share with others the love and hope of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.