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Hi I'm Rebecca

I grew up all over the world and found Christ's love everywhere. I am a learner, I am a teacher, I am a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up all over -- in Washington D.C., Moscow, Russia, Utah, Washington State, Indiana, and New Jersey. I am currently studying French at Brigham Young University, working as a Paralegal at a financial law firm, and preparing to serve a full time mission in Tahiti starting in the summer of 2013. I am a language lover, business enthusiast, fresh-air and outdoors advocate, and a learner. I love my family and my church. I am a Mormon.

Why I am a Mormon

As my family has moved all over the world, there have been two anchors in my life: my family, and my church. No matter what country or city we lived in, the church was the same, and we were welcomed with open arms into a dedicated group of Christians every time. I attend and serve in my church, keep the commandments, and am eager to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with everyone because I know that while many things are fading in this life, through Christ and His church, we can all find and sustain true joy. Being a Mormon means I work hard, smile often, love deeply, and constantly thank God for the many blessings and wonders in my life.

How I live my faith

I participle in my church by reading scriptures and praying daily, attending church on Sundays, listening to General Conference and other special meetings and lessons, and striving to live a more Christ-centered life. I have previously served as a teacher for tween girls (among whom was my younger sister) and enjoyed helping them progress spiritually and socially. Before that, I served as the president over the group of young women at my school, and deeply loved the opportunity I had to learn and grow with these lovely ladies. Living my faith means keeping my life in order so that I may be a role model for these younger girls whom I love so much.