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Hi I'm Lacey

I grew up in Arizona. I'm a twin. I'm a full-time missionary in the Denmark Copenhagen Mission. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I enjoy reading, music, horseback riding, playing piano and being outdoors no matter the weather. I was born and raised in Arizona. I come from a family of 7; my parents, a twin sister, two younger sisters, and a little brother. I love learning and was pursuing a degree in Child Development and Psychology at BYU-Idaho before coming on my mission. I was in National Honors Society and choir in high school.

Why I am a Mormon

My family has a long history as members of the Church with a large portion of them becoming members in the early days of the Church. With that being said I have always been given the choice of being a member or not. I chose to be baptized at the age of 8 and it is one of the best decisions of my life. The comfort, happiness, and joy that the teachings of the gospel brings to my life is something I would never give up. The knowledge that when we die it is not the end and we are able to be reunited with our family members is one of my favorite teachings of the gospel. All of the teachings are there to help you be happy in a world where there are so many paths to choose from and not all of them will lead to happiness. I know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is truly Christ's church and that He is the one at the head of it with a living prophet there to guide us. I know that when we follow the example of Jesus Christ we receive more blessings then we could ever imagine.

How I live my faith

I am currently serving in the Denmark Copenhagen Mission and teaching people in the Danish language. Constantly relying on the Lord is one of the most important things I can do to learn and teach in Danish, help people receive the gospel, and be successful in life. Before coming on my mission being an example to those around me was one of the biggest and main things I did to share my faith. Almost everyone I knew in high school knew I was a Mormon and that I was very open with answering questions about my beliefs. By the time I was a Senior in high school I would have conversations with some friends about religion just to discover what each other believed in and they were some of my favorite conversations. We were excepting of each other and that is one of the most important things that I have learned in life; to be excepting of others differences whether they be beliefs or whatever and to love them.