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Hi I'm Casey

I was born in Mesa, Arizona, but grew up in St. George, Utah. I love to do service. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I love to run. I have ran two half marathons and a ton of 5k's. I love to learn different languages. My native language is English, but I know French well and am starting on Italian. I am a high school, soon to be college, student. I love to hang out with friends and family. They are important to me. I like to learn a lot of different things, no matter the subject.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the Church, but that isn't why I am a Mormon. I went to church everyday as a child, but didn't gain a knowledge that it was true until I strived to find out if it was true. The thing that pulled me to the gospel was the love of everyone and especially Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ's love for me. I found that God wants us to return to His love and is willing to forgive and forget, if we strive to repent fully and leave our sins behind. If it wasn't for this Church, I would not be who I am today.

How I live my faith

I live my faith through my everyday actions. Although I am not perfect, I strive each day to be a better person, one step at a time. Also, I serve through leading our local group of 16-18 year olds. I try to give service to my community as much as I can.

What are some things that tell you there is a God?

I think His creations are the greatest manifestation that there is a God. I just look outside my house and see intricate mountains, plants, and I can even see it in the small detail of a thumb print. It reminds me of His knowledge and that these creations were no accident. Also, I have felt His love for me through the answering of my prayers. Although the answers weren't right away all the time, God answered them. I know that much to be true. God lives and loves all of us. Show more Show less