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Hi I'm Sara Rosemore

I grew up in Tucson, Arizona. I'm the youngest of three kids. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I converted to the church when I was 14 years old on Feburary 2nd, 2008. Soccer and volleyball are the sports I can't play enough. My family is the world to me; I enjoy hiking and sitting around playing board games with them. My favorite things to do involves making food, laughing with friends, and shopping. I am serving a full-time mission in Rochester, New York, in the Hill Cumorah Visitors Center right now. I love being able to be the tool for the Spirit and the Lord to work through! God is a God of Miracles still to this day and I know that wont ever change; I see His hand in my life on a daily basis when I open my eyes and truly see others as He sees us!

Why I am a Mormon

I have chosen to join this church because this is Christ's church and I know that to go back home and have eternal Joy I need to be worthy to be in His presence again. I can only prepare to meet my Maker by the 5 simple steps He has put in place for us; faith, repentance, baptism, receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost, and enduring to the end. I have been able to do these things with the members and my family supporting my decisions. They are very welcoming and all have the same goals and standards as I do. My family is very important to me, so I definitely enjoyed how much the church focused on the importance of families. I also have found it interesting how everything just fits so perfectly together the more I learn about the gospel. I do believe President Monson is true revelator and prophet of our time and that the priesthood has been restored to the Earth. I feel so blessed to have had the chance to convert with my family and have the choice to be baptized and receive the Holy Ghost. The love from the wards are over whelming and I couldn't ask for greater examples to grow and learn with.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to show my love for Christ through my every action. I enjoy participating in our ward by teaching the young children about the gospel. I work with the children between the ages of 1 and 3. They have such innocent hearts that constantly remind me that God truly does know and love each one of us. I also live my faith by keeping high moral standards and saying my prayers daily to draw me closer to my Heavenly Father.