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Hi I'm Kaho

I like sports! I'm a Momon.

About Me

There are 6 people in my family. My Dad, Mom, older siter, older brother, me and one younger sister. I am the third child. We love to talk as a family. In my home someone is always talking or laughing. We talk about anything and everything! Ours is a house of contentment. My mom is my best friend. I love my family! I have been playing sports ever since I was little. I did ballet, rythmic gymnastics, volleyball, and ice hockey. In college I studied to be a physical education teacher. I have learned a lot through sports. I am grateful for my parents who helped me in my studies and supported me in my interests.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a member all my life. I was in high school though when I really started thinking about my church. In school I had club activites that were often held on sundays. I had to choose between church and my high school clubs. At the time God helped me choose church. There were times when I wasn't able to go to church, but I felt very strongly that going to church was what I needed to do. It was more important than highschool clubs. Every week going to church I can take the sacrament and learn about Jesus Christ's Gospel. These are the things I really need. Through the Gospel of I can feel so much happiness. I know that Jesus Christ is our Savior.

How I live my faith

Thru prayer, reading the Book of Mormon and other scriptures I can learn about God and His will. By knowing God's will and acting on it I feel like I can show my personal faith. I feel love by knowing Jesus Christ. "I ask myself frequently what would He do? What would He say?" Even if it is just a little I want to do my best to come closer to Jesus Christ and Heavenly Father by; learning about the example of Jesus Christ, having the desire to be like Him, and through my own actions.