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Hi I'm Kirstie

I grew up in Utah and Idaho. I'm just your regular girl. And I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I was raised in a home where we weren't religious, my mom was a member of the LDS church but wasn't active anymore. All my mom asked of her children is that we believed in God, she would never force a religion on us or discourage us from a certain religion. Much of my extended family were Mormon. I had attended church with my grandparents many times over the years but that was all really. When I got older I started with the missionary lessons and later was baptized the age of 10. Because my parents weren't active members and I had no one to take me to church I really never was active myself till about 7th grade when I started going with my grandparents every week. For a shirt time after high school I kinda did my own thing. I'll be the first to admit that I made some mistakes. But they have brought me to where I am now. They've shaped me into the person I am today. And for that, I'm grateful for them. I learned so much and I grew into a better person. I remember the day that it hit me... I knew I wasn't living the life I really wanted to live. I wasn't truly happy. So there and then my journey back to the gospel began. It was tough but so worth it! And now here I am... and I love this church so much!

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because it's the only right path for me. And when I say that, I know it with everything I am. I've lived life outside of the gospel. I've traveled down the wrong path. I learned for myself, step by step. I know this is where I belong.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by attending church every week and by fulfilling my calling to the best I can. And by supporting my family members in there church activities. In doing what I can to serve others and in being an example to all those around me.