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Hi I'm Rachel Brog

I'm studying Molecular Biology. I've never been happier. And I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I'm a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I love playing soccer more than just about everything. I am working to obtain a PhD in Molecular and Cell Biology at Dartmouth College. In my free time I like to paint, go shot gun shooting with my brothers, and sing when I think no one is listening. I genuinely like helping others. I would do anything for ice cream. I love grass and dirt, and most things outside. I have a love for Hispanic food and culture.

Why I am a Mormon

I have grown up in the Mormon Church; however when I got older, I realized that it is my decision to choose how I would like to practice religion. It came to a point that I had to decide if I had become truly converted to the church or if I should try something else. Although it took some time for me decide, I decided to stay in the church. First and foremost, I am a Mormon because I know it is the restored church that Christ established on the earth. As I participate in the church, I continue to feel that it is true through the Holy Spirit. I love this church because of the high standards that each member strives to uphold. I like that each week I can go to church and come closer unto Christ, and little by little, try and perfect my life. This church has taught me that I am a daughter of God. I know that God loves me and watches over me continually. I know that through Him, I can do all things. I love that the church members help others. We focus as a whole to all come unto Christ so that we all can be perfected in Him. I love the Lord. Heavenly Father loves me. Through Christ I can live with my family again after this life. Christ made all this possible. This is His church.

How I live my faith

I love to serve others. Serving puts life back into perspective and helps me realize how blessed I am. In the church I teach my peers and youth about the Gospel and how we can pattern our life after Christ. Each month, I visit a few women in the church to help uplift them and ensure that they feel they have a friend. I sometimes do nothing more than try to be the best I can be so that others can see my example and want to come closer to Christ. I dedicated 18 months of my life to sharing the gospel with the people in New York City. However, I feel I most often live my faith by just being myself and trying to be aware of the needs of people I interact with each day.