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Hi I'm Kristiann

I am a college student, and full time adventurer. I love life, and I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I am currently a full time student at Brigham Young University. I love learning, especially about nutrition and human development! My favorite moments are spent laughing with my family and friends. Music is also a large part of my life, especially the piano. I like to travel, hike, and be outdoors. In my spare time I cook, bake, swing on swings, eat baked goods, do puzzles, play Wally-ball, laugh upside down, or read. Recently I have developed a passion for crafts and sewing; I enjoy planning and creating things that are useful and beautiful. I love life because of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Life is wonderful!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised a Mormon. I choose to continue to be a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints because the gospel brings hope, joy, and comfort into my life. The gospel of Jesus Christ also allows for families to be together forever throughout the eternities which is extremely important and hopeful to me. I am a Mormon because I know that Jesus Christ has atoned for my sins and that I can repent, be forgiven, and commit to become better. I am a daughter of God and I know that He loves, knows, and helps me. The truths of the gospel is why life is wonderful, and that is why I continue to choose to be a member of His church.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by striving to become a better person every day. Nobody on earth is perfect, and every morning provides us a new day-another chance to overcome weakness, struggles, and shortcomings. Through repentance and the atonement of Jesus Christ, I work daily at becoming a better person than I was yesterday. I also live my faith by daily praying, reading the scriptures, attending church, partaking of the sacrament, going to the temple, and serving others. In my ward, I help in planning ward activities and I serve and help others by being a visiting teacher. All of these things help me daily in living my faith. I live my faith by trying to be more like Jesus Christ each day.