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Hi I'm Ashley Anderson

I played collegiate tennis. I am a photographer. I can recite all the countries in Africa. I'm a mormon.

About Me

the youngest of six kids. violin. tennis. art. photography. horses. fishing and hunting. animal planet and planet earth. cabins. Ping Pong. Family!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I CHOOSE TO BE. I am not a Mormon just because I was raised in a Mormon family or because I feel obligated to do so. I have a personal testimony of this gospel. This religion has directed me throughout my life and I wouldn't be who I am today if I wasn't a member. This religion is centered around Jesus Christ. It gives hope. I love the importance of family in this religion. It truly is centered around the most important things in life. This religion makes me the happiest. I know that it is the true church of God. I don't just believe, I KNOW. It makes it possible for me to remain happy, even through the toughest times.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by doing the simple things. I go to church every Sunday because it keeps my priorities straight. I read my scriptures daily, pray, keep the commandments and serve others. I am currently serving as a missionary in Sweden.

What is the Mormon lifestyle like? How do Mormons live?

Ashley Anderson
God wants us to be happy here on earth and the Mormon lifestyle definitely allows us to enjoy happiness even through trying times! Families are an essential part of God´s plan. The mormon lifestyle is centered around family and becoming more like Jesus Christ daily! We strongly believe in reaching out and serving others. We receive strength from personal prayer, scripture study, and attending church. We want to share the happiness we enjoy with everyone we can through service, missionary work, and contributing to society! Show more Show less