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Hi I'm Charly Troff

I do Irish Step-Dancing. I love to write. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am very into Irish step-dancing; I would rather be dancing than doing anything else in the world. I love to read, almost anything. Fantasy is my favorite. I also love to write. I spend almost all of my free time writing. I am going to college, a semester away from my associate's degree. I am majoring in Psychology, and I hope to get a master's in social work. I work in a deli, which can be stressful but I love it. I have the best family and great friends. I am so blessed.

Why I am a Mormon

I love this gospel, and I am so grateful I have it in my life. I am so blessed to be able to be apart of this church. I was born and raised in the gospel, with very faithful family members to look up to. As I've grown, I have gained my own testimony of the church and cannot wait to start sharing it with those in North Carolina full time. I know there seem to be a lot of reasons to doubt the truth of the gospel, I've considered those. But the wonderful thing about this gospel is, everyone can find out for themselves. Put in the work--read the Book of Mormon, say your prayers, go to church, do all the little things, and Heavenly Father will bless you for it. And, if you really want to know and if you are willing to change your life for Him, He will let you know that it's true. I know that's true because I've experienced it. I know that this is the true Church, that my Heavenly Father lives, and that Jesus Christ lives and loves me. I don't know where my life would be without that knowledge, and I don't even want to know. My life is so wonderful, despite hard times, and I feel so blessed. I am a Mormon because it makes my life better, it makes me better, and it makes me happy. I wish everyone in the world could discover that for themselves, and I intend on doing everything I can to help them do so.

How I live my faith

I recently received my mission call and am heading to North Carolina on April 3rd. I am very excited about this and spend a lot of my time preparing with my younger brother, who is also heading out on a mission shortly. I was called this past summer as a temporary Sunday school teacher for the fifteen and sixteen-year-olds, and when I decided to stay home for school this semester, it became my permanent calling. I love it. I spend a lot of time with the youth of that age, because we were friends before I graduated, and my brother is about their age. The youth in our ward are very close and I love being able to be a part of that still. The age change has been a great thing, because the youth in our ward are very focused on preparing for missions now. It has been a wonderful influence and help to me to be a part of that. The youth in my ward are such great examples to me.