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Hi I'm Tabitha

I am a missionary. I am from Utah. I love my family. I am a photographer. I love country music. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am presently serving in the New Hampshire, Manchester Mission for the church. I am a college student studying photography and I hope to one day have my own business. I am the third child of six in my family with five sisters, including me, and one brother. My family and friends are the most important people in my life and I couldn't get through all life's trials without them. I was a competitive swimmer in high school, but I love playing almost any sport. My favorite things to do with my free time, besides photography, is listen to country music.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into this church and I have been raised by two amazing and righteous parents that taught me about this gospel, but that doesn't mean I haven't gained by own faith and knowledge of this church. There was never one moment that made me realize that this church was true or important to me, but it has been a slow, long and somewhat difficult process. When I act on my faith or hear someone else giving their heartfelt testimony my personal testimony is strengthened just a little more. I have had my own doubts about this church and about my own testimony, but throughout my life I have had big and small experiences that have helped me realize that I couldn't get through this life without my Savior and the suffering that He experienced for me. And today I still have doubts come and go, but I have faith in this gospel and in the prophet and apostles that the Savior has chosen to lead us. I have read and reread the Book of Mormon many times and I can feel the spirit testify to me of its truth when I read it. Living this gospel may seem difficult, but I know that it would be much harder without it. This gospel and the knowledge that it brings to others lifts my soul and makes me a better and happier person.

How I live my faith

I do my best to try and help my ward. I have helped plan activities each Monday for some of the people in my ward. I also try my best to visit a few ladies in my ward to see how they are doing with a companion from the ward. I don't have a calling right now, but I am always willing to help anyone in the ward when they need it, whether it be doing service or just listening to their problems I always like to help.