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Hi I'm Elizabeth M

I traveled a lot, but grew up mostly in the DC area. I enjoy a ton of different activities. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in CA, lived in the Middle East, and grew up mostly in the DC area, until I moved back to CA with my older sister to live with my grandparents and great grandma while we went to school. I ended up at BYU-Idaho where I received an AS in General Studies. In high school I participated in a number of activities: Figure skating, field hockey, track, DECA (marketing- where I went to internationals), school newspaper, community service, and even some campaign work. I continued what I could through college. And now I'm on my way to Moscow to serve a full time mission before finishing school.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the Church, and as a child I disliked attending. But as I grew up I learned to like church. I am infinitely grateful for it, and it has helped me to avoid a number of poor choices throughout my life. Over time, I developed my own testimony of the truth of this Gospel and I have since revered it well.

How I live my faith

I actively fulfill my Church callings, which include the linger longer committee and choir in my Young Single Adult ward. I do my best to fellowship and be kind.

What do Mormons believe about family?

Elizabeth M
Perhaps the most comforting doctrine is that families are forever. Having the opportunity to be sealed to those we love is quite possibly the greatest joy, and definitely the greatest Earthly joy. This gives us cause to hope. Which we cannot without love and charity, both taught by families. But knowing and believing the truths of the Gospel give us all of this, so we can be blessed, and saved, and infinitely happy. Show more Show less