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Hi I'm Emily

I'm an average teenage girl. I dance as much as i possibly can. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm Emily. I've grown up my whole life being a Mormon. I am a teenage girl just trying to get by in this crazy world. High School is hard, but with my religion class every morning, i manage to get by just fine. I absolutely love to dance, and whenever possible, i do. Over the years, I've danced in many studio's, and many different productions and showcases. I'm currently in a studio where i dance everyday, and when i'm not taking classes, i am in a company rehearsal. It's amazing and crazy and wonderfully fun.

Why I am a Mormon

I hadn't always had a "testimony". But in the back on my mind, i always knew this church, the Book of Mormon, that everything was true. And then this summer, i realized it. I realized that all along i HAVE been growing my testimony. I've always had it, but now i know it for sure. I know that Heavenly Father loves me, despite my imperfections, because I am his daughter - I am the daughter of a King. I know that Jesus suffered in Gethsemane and on the cross, for ME. He felt all the pain that i have ever felt. He's felt my heartbreak, my pain, my injuries, my tears, everything. He died to cleanse me of MY sins. And then he was resurrected, so that I can be perfect and resurrected someday. And then i won't have any sins or wounds.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to be an example to everyone around me. My friends and I always help each other so that we can always choose the right and live how our Heavenly Father want us to. Whenever we see each other about to do something that probably isn't the best, we remind each other to "LC." LC means to Love Christ, and to love Christ we have to obey his commandments and live righteously. For us, it works just great, and we remember exactly who we are and what we stand for, as children of God.