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Hi I'm Valorie Wadsworth

I'm a singer, actress, and piano performer. I love to travel. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I am a high school graduate. In school I participated in plays, musicals, show choir, and concert choir. I am very passionate about music and have been since I started playing piano at three years old. I have traveled all around the world, including most of the states, China, Thailand, and South Korea. I have recently been called to serve as a missionary in Taiwan and I am ready to spread the truth of the Gospel to the people of that country. I have a wonderful family that includes five siblings, two in laws, five nephews, and two nieces. I love my family with all of my heart and am proud to say that the eternal family is a critical aspect of our church.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that it is what my Heavenly Father would have me do. He wants nothing more than for us to be eternally happy and I know that following the teachings of my church is the way to get there. I have received much personal revelation and I know that this church is good and true. Not only does this church make me happy, but I know that it can help others be happy too. I know that my Father in Heaven lives and that He sent His son to die so we can live forever if we so choose to keep His commandments. I am grateful for the companionship of the Holy Ghost and for the comfort He gives me. I know that if I continue to live the teachings of this gospel, I will be eternally blessed.

How I live my faith

Because of my emotional attachment to music and this church, I try to use them together. I am currently the pianist for our ward choir and I love being able to mix the two things that make me happiest. I also work with the young children in our church and teach them about how becoming Christ-like can help us be happier in our families and our lives.