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Hi I'm Erin Lambert

I love cooking. Being healthy is important to me. I'm a college student. Family is my everything. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Right now I am attending college, and with college comes more stress than I could ever have imagined. I escape those stresses by being a movie-watching enthusiast. I also love music. I have a passion for being healthy and active and I love going to the gym and finding delicious recipes that are also healthy for you. I'm a cheesecake maker. I even sometimes eat it. I love smiling and laughing, it helps me feel happiness in my life.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born with two parents who were members of this church. I grew up my whole life attending church meetings and learning about the gospel. Although I started learning about these principles of service, love, kindness, etc. at a young age, it was still necessary to go through a conversion of my own and find out for myself that this, participating in the church, was the way that I wanted to live my life. I cannot say that I have any mind-blowing stories that completely changed my perspective about life and God. However, I can say that when I am paying attention, small little miracles happen all around me daily that strengthen my belief in God and the role that He plays in every aspect of my life. I look around at the beautiful weather and see the beauty all around me and know that if I was having a bad day, or even a really wonderful day, that this moment of perfection was meant for me. I look for small and simple things and I feel so grateful to be alive and experiencing these beautiful occurrences at that particular moment. People, life and living are so wonderful. Nothing is easy. Life especially is so tough and wearing. However, we can all take a moment to look around at all of the beauty around us and be grateful that we are privileged enough to experience them.

How I live my faith

I am in a singles ward and so naturally a good majority of the people in the ward are not married. I participate in a service committee and I really enjoy it. We meet together and discuss ways that we can involve everyone in serving one another; service is a huge part, if not a main part, of gospel principles. I love my calling and I have a great time talking with everyone and getting to know new people.