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Hi I'm Seanna

I am from Morgan, Utah. I'm currently a college student in Logan, Utah. I love anything outdoors. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently a college student. I'm studying communications, but I'm still not sure what kind of a career I'm looking for just yet. I love to play tennis, and I love anything outdoors. Kayaking, river rafting, hiking, fourwheeling, and boating are some fun things I enjoy doing. I also love music, and I play the piano and sing. I am the oldest of four kids, and I have three little brothers. I love talking to people, even if I've never met them, and I have always loved making new friends. My personality is bright and enthusiastic!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church and was raised by two parents who are very active in the church. So it's been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. But I am not an active member of this church because my parents tell me to, or because I am forced to be a member. I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints by my own personal choice. I have sought my own testimony, and have gained a knowledge of the truthfulness of this gospel through my own personal prayer and scripture study. I choose to live the gospel not because anyone is telling me to, but because I know with my whole heart that it is right. This gospel makes me happy, and gives me a sense of purpose and direction that I have found by nothing else in this world. I know who I am, where I came from, and where I am going. And I am so genuinely happy and excited to share this knowledge with anyone and everyone I can. I'm not here to tell you that it is easy, but I am here to tell you that it is worth it. My life hasn't always been easy. I've faced many trials and personal challenges of my own, but I have always been able to overcome adversity by seeking after my Savior and by striving to live His gospel. I know that Jesus Christ lives. I know because I have personally sought a relationship with Him, and I have come to know my Savior through study and prayer. God does hear us, and He loves us. My knowledge is imperfect, but I try so hard everyday to remember Him and to be like Him. I know that Christ died for me, and He did it so willingly because He loves me. This knowlege alone gives me strength every day. Strength to master my personal weaknesses, and strength to stay strong and bright in an increasingly darkening world. I love God with my whole heart, and I hope to return to Him someday. This hope, and this faith, is what drives me every single day of my life. I know that ANYONE can receive this same knowledge and testimony if they honestly seek it with a humble heart and open mind.

How I live my faith

I do my best to live my faith by actively seeking opportunities to serve others. One of my favorite ways to do this is through visits to people who may be struggling, or who just need a friend. Some of my best friends were elderly women who lived by my house. I always enjoyed spending time with them and learning from them. I have also been involved in various callings of leadership throughout my life. I had an opportunity to be the president of a group of teenage young women ages 16-18. I was able to organize activities to bring the girls together and help them seek after their Savior. My purpose was to understand the needs of the girls and attend to them however best I could. I would teach them through my example and by sharing with them my testimony. I also tried to help many of the younger girls in our ward by offering advice and counsel with any problems or concerns they had. I have always sought to share my excitement and enthusiasm about life with others. And that happiness and enthusiasm has always come through living the gospel. I have also been an active member of the community. I have helped organize fundraisers and food drives to support local families in need. Serving with my whole heart is what I strive to do always, in my family, community, school, ward, or among my own friends.