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Hi I'm Erin Berg

I grew up in Sandy, Utah. I am 19 years old and I love going boating. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the youngest of 3 older siblings. Two brothers and a sister. I love just being outdoors, hiking, boating, etc. I love painting and drawing as well. I had the opportunity to go to Kenya for 3 weeks on a humanitarian trip that changed my perspective on everything. I am a"true aggie". Over my span of 19 years, I've gained many "most embarrassing moments". I love fun, and having fun. Life is a beach and I'm just playin' in the sand.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the LDS church, and have countless examples that have shown me their faith and true testimonies in the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. And little by little over time I have gained my own. It wasn't a particular night or event when I all of a sudden knew this church was the true church. It was little by little experiences that have gotten me where I am today and what I believe. But the age that I knew truly for myself was when I was a senior in high school. By that time, I just knew. I have had times in my life where I wasn't participating as well as I could in the gospel and my testimony. And when I decided to make an effort and change my actions, I saw an incredible difference. My life was full of happiness. I've never been so happy. I have never been so comforted. This gospel can change your life if you follow it and have faith. Once you do those things, God will do the rest and you will see the difference.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by attending church every Sunday. I live my faith by visiting other girls in my ward and talk with them, get to know them and make sure they are doing okay. In about a month here, I will be going on an lds mission to Australia, where I will be living my faith by teaching others the happiness that the gospel can bring.