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Hi I'm Caroline

I grew up in Mesa, Arizona. I go to Brigham Young University. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am 3 of 4 children. I have 1 brother and 2 sisters. I also have a dog named Jeter. I go to Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. I love to read, swing, eat popsicles, sing, and hang out with my friends. I love school and I love to learn. I consider myself liberal and hippie. I think the world needs to focus on less competition and more cooperation. My major is currently political science and I hope to go on to get my masters. I want to eventually work for a non-governmental organization that advocates for human rights, specifically women's rights. I plan to go on a mission and I put my papers in in the next couple of months. All I want is to serve the Lord and spread the sweet message of the gospel that has truly blessed my life.

Why I am a Mormon

I am Mormon because being apart of this church has given me such great joy and comfort that I know I would never be able to find anywhere else. The knowledge of where I came from, why I am here, and where I am going has given me comfort and purpose. There is no doubt that this is the true church. To be apart of something that teaches so much love and happiness is such a blessing. To know that there is a loving Heavenly Father out there that watches over me and guides me is a great comfort to me. I love this Church and the happiness it brings me. Through the experiences I have had in my life I know that there is no other church that could bring me so much joy.

How I live my faith

I have various callings in the Church. When I was in Young Women's I was the Beehive counselor, Miamaid President, and Laurel's President. I truly loved the Young Women's program. It truly strengthened my testimony and my faith. The program definitely prepared me to live the gospel away from home. It also has helped me to prepare to become a future missionary, wife, and mother. Currently, in my singles ward, I serve as the ward prayer coordinator. I love my calling and I love to be able to bear my testimony in front of my peers and to be able to get to know the members of my ward. I love being apart of the Relief Society program. I feel honored to be able to come together with such remarkable women who have the same problems and concerns that I do.