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Hi I'm Ally Hubbard

I grew up in Huntsville Utah I will be serving a mission in South Houston Texas speaking Spanish. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I graduated from Weber High and have gone to a year and a half at Weber State University. I've been studying Music Performance in violin. I love playing the violin and have since I was eight. I also love to dance. I've done ballet since I was four and have done a little ballroom. I love skiing, boating, riding horses, and running. I've been getting more and more into running and just love being outside! I love learning new things and I want to grow up and be not only an educated and healthy person but also a kind and loving mother!

Why I am a Mormon

The Gospel of Jesus Christ makes me happy! It's a wonderful way of living and it brings me peace. It brings peace that the world cannot offer. It gives me a purpose in life. I have a testimony of the teaching that this gospel gives. Joseph Smith restored the same teachings that Jesus Christ taught. This is Christ's church and he our Savior. Because of him we can be forgiven for our sins and become like God. I am a daughter of God. I love Him and He loves me. In all I do and say I want to show that love. God's plan is a plan of happiness.

How I live my faith

I love people so much! I love seeing them happy which is why I've chosen to dedicated 18 months of my life serving an LDS mission. The gospel bring me so much happiness and I know that it can bring anyone and everyone happiness if they give it a chance. Right now I'm preparing for my mission and one way is a teach the 14-15 age group of kids in my church. Something else I love to do is play the violin in church. Music is a big part of this gospel and can touch the hearts of people in ways that words can't.

What do Mormons believe concerning the doctrine of grace?

Ally Hubbard
Imagine going to a store and in need to buy some groceries but you only have $10...you get what you absolutely need and find out you are $2 short! There is nothing you can't take off your list and you desperately need $2. The man behind you gives you $2. This is like the doctrine of grace. God will help us do everything we can to become like him in this lifetime, however, because we are human we will inevitably fall short. Because of the Atonement of Jesus Christ, he makes up where we fall short. It requires good works and doing all we can and faith in Jesus Christ and his Atonement; that he will make up the difference. Show more Show less