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Hi I'm Becca

I've played the piano for 7 years (and counting). I have big goals and dreams. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love music, traveling, and learning new things. I'm currently in High School and I'm still figuring out what I'd like to do when I graduate. I also have played the piano for a while now, and it's at a point where I can really enjoy what I play (hopefully starting the Rach 3 soon). My family and friends are extremely important to me and I am very grateful to have them in my life. And most importantly, I am grateful to be a member of this Church and for the relationship I have with our Savior, Jesus Christ.

Why I am a Mormon

I love the Church. I love the relationship I get to have with our Savior and I love all of the principles and standards that the Church has instilled into me. I was raised in the Church, but I honestly don't know where I'd be without it. As I read the Book of Mormon, I know that it is true. Joseph Smith was a true Prophet and did not write a fictional story. What is written in the Book of Mormon is history; the people within those pages were real. They experienced real trials and struggles, they were Prophets, and many did really die for what they believed in. One of the greatest things about being a member of this extraordinary Church is the knowledge that we never are alone. A lot of people don't know that - which is truly unfortunate. Even during my lowest moments, I knew I had the company of the Holy Ghost and the knowledge that my Heavenly Father knows me and loves me. I also love that I can pray whenever I need to - and know that Heavenly Father is listening and that he wants to help me. There have been countless times when I have had prayers answered. I know that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the true Church and I have a testimony Heavenly Father knows and loves every one of his children. I'm a Mormon and I can't see myself being anything but that.

How I live my faith

I am currently the leader of one of the girls youth groups in my ward. During the weekdays at school, I try to embrace opportunities to share the gospel with my friends and anyone who has a question concerning the Church.