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Hi I'm Arianne

I grew up in Utah. I'm a Chocolate chip cookie master, videographer and soon-to-be missionary. And I 'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have enjoyed performing since I was a small lass which included dancing and cheerleading. I love to make people smile and laugh. I come from a family of 6: my dad and mom, an older sister, and a younger sister and brother. I began making movies when I was 10 years old and on my 12th birthday I received my own video camera! I hope to make this into a career someday when I return home from serving my mission!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I was born to parents who cherish and love the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Through them I gained my own testimony and love for Jesus Christ and His gospel. When I was 14 I can distinctly remember praying about the Book of Mormon and receiving a witness that it is true, it always has been and always will be. It is a second testimony of the Savior and teaches us more light and truth about His gospel and plan of salvation for all mankind. I love LOVE love being a Mormon. It brings me such happiness and true joy and I can’t wait to share the restored gospel message with the people of Chile.

How I live my faith

Although I grew up in the "Mormon" State of Utah, I was harassed on a daily basis throughout high school because of the way I choose to live my religion. It was difficult to be made fun of and humiliated by kids who should have been my friends and especially by other youth who I went to church with. I never let their opinions and their put-downs affect my testimony of Jesus Christ in a negative way. Rather, I learned to stand-up with strength and defend the Savior's gospel. I have served as a president for my young women youth groups, as a teacher for young women ages 14 and 15 and a teacher for women age 18 and older. I live my faith every day with integrity and honor. I believe it is important to stand firm and unmovable and to decide now who you are and what you stand for.