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Hi I'm Cassie Davis

I love to dance. I love helping and serving others. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the middle child of three; I have an older brother who's married and a younger sister who loves to be the center of attention. I have a very loving father and mother who have raised me in the gospel and are great examples to me. Ever since I could walk, dancing has been my passion. At three-years-old my mom signed me up for a dance class. I am a very shy person, so at first I didn't want to take this dance class. However, my mom made me go, and I am so glad she did. I've continued my dance career throughout my life and am now majoring in dance education. I've attended Snow College, a small junior college, for the past two years in Ephraim, UT. I just recently graduated with my Associates Degree. I am going to put my education on hold for 18 months while I serve a mission in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I love boating and I enjoy hiking. I also enjoy painting, shopping, and hanging out with my friends and family. I play the piano and hope to be able to master the guitar someday.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have been born and raised as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. During my years while living at home, I went to church because my parents did and I knew that they wanted me to go too. It wasn't until I moved away from home that I made the decision that I wanted to remain in this faith and continue to follow His gospel. Once I was truly converted to this gospel, I began to recognize His love for me and the truthfulness of this gospel. He blessed me with certain people and opportunities in my life to get me to where I am today. I have a testimony of the truthfulness of this gospel. I know this is the only true church here on the Earth today. I am thankful for Joseph Smith and his faith as a fourteen-year-old boy to follow as James directed and ask God. I am thankful that Joseph Smith was able to restore the gospel here on the Earth again so I can have that hope and knowledge that there is life after death and that I can live with my family and Heavenly Father again some day if I live righteously. I am thankful for our prophet here in the Earth today, Thomas S. Monson, who receives revelation from God to lead and guide us to receive this wonderful blessing of eternal life with our families and Heavenly Father. I am very grateful for our Savior, Jesus Christ, who performed the Atonement for our sake so we will be able to live with our family and Heavenly Father again some day. I am grateful for Jesus Christ's example for us, so we may know how to live righteously.

How I live my faith

I live my faith everyday by being an example to others and live what I believe. I love to serve others and show charity towards them. The LDS faith is really big on service and charity, so this is one way that I live my faith. I also try to have Christ-like attributes so I can be an example for others. I also live my faith by attending church every Sunday and participating in the activities throughout the week. I read the Book of Mormon and pray to our Heavenly Father everyday. Like I said before, I have been called to serve in the Pennsylvania Philadelphia Mission and I couldn't be more excited to serve those in this area and share the joy, hope, and peace of mind that this gospel can bring to them.