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Hi I'm Liz

I grew up in Belfast Northern Ireland, I moved to England, I am a mormon.

About Me

Hey, my name is Liz, I gew up in Belfast and moved to England, I have had a couple of jobs since, though with time and education I hope to become a mental health nurse, so I have university to look forward too in the years to come. Some of the hobbies I have include reading and writting poetry, I enjoy writting short stories, though when it comes to reading books I can be very picky about them. I think everyone enjoys music, I really love it, I enjoy art when the notion takes me, and it's not unusual for me to end up watching a lot of youtube videos about random facts. I also enjoy yoga a lot, and learning various things about science and the world around me in general.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon because I prayed and asked if it was true, I asked Heavenly Father in prayer about it. I got my answer, which was that it is true. I could leave the church if I wanted too, but then I would know that I am living my life away from the truth. With time I came to understand that the gospel can bring a fullness of joy to my life if I just live it, and I have experienced this. It is good to be happy, but it also good to feel full with happiness, it is real and accessable to everyone, that is why I want to be a missionary so others can feel this way too, and I can help them find that for themselves.

How I live my faith

I have recently put my mission papers in, which means I have applied to become a missionary, I have been preparing most of my life for this and I knew I wanted to serve a mission when I turned 15. I am excitted about this, I have seen a lot of people go into the mission feild and come back and they all have a lot of exciting things to talk about, I can't wait to get out there and start helping people. At pressent, other than preparing for that mission, in the ward I am the young womens leader, and although that means working with teenagers it has taught me a lot. Right now none of them are interested, but as long as they know I am there to help them, all they have to do is ask, so my role isn't wasted.