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Hi I'm Kelcie Earl

I love to learn, sing, play the piano and play sports. I am from Utah and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I have grown up in Utah and have been able to be involved in many different things. I enjoy being part of singing groups, Cross Country teams, and Church classes. I attend BYU and hope to study Nursing. I love to learn and I believe that we can learn something new in every situation we find ourselves in; whether it be in a school classroom, or running. I love to be with family, sing, play the piano, be outside, run, make cookies, do hard things.

Why I am a Mormon

I believe that this Gospel helps us understand our purpose on earth and divine potential. As we learn about and focus on the Plan of Salvation, or Plan of Happiness, we have a greater understanding of where we came from, why we are here, and where we are going. I know that as we live the Gospel we can experience great joy and peace. While life is not always easy and we will each experience difficult times, as we rely on our Savior Jesus Christ we can overcome our challenges and sorrows.

How I live my faith

One way that I live my faith is by accepting certain callings that are extended to me to watch over individuals that surround me. I also choose to dress modestly and not participate in inappropriate conversations or activities. Another way I live my faith is my choosing to smile and be happy because I have much to be grateful for.

What are some things that tell you there is a God?

Kelcie Earl
All things testify that there is a God. In the Book of Mormon we are taught, "All things denote there is a God; yea, even the earth... and its motion, yea, and also the planets which move in their regular form do witness that there is a Supreme Creator" (Alma 30:44) In my hopes to be a nurse, I have had a great interest in the human body and how it works. I can remember sitting in an organic chemistry class and learning about the chemistry behind how our body obtains energy. As I learned about the complexity of some of the smallest entities, I was amazed that each cell and molecule knows how to complete its role to contribute to the whole, which enables us to function each day. I do not believe that everything happened by chance. It is too intricate, complex, and detail-oriented to have not been created by the Supreme Creator. Show more Show less