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Hi I'm KelliAnn Johnson

I'm from a small Wyoming town called Smoot where I grew up as a farmer and I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I love to play! I'm a very social person and I really love people. I love to do anything entertaining with friends and family. I especially love to do musical theatre! It's my passion. I'm an adventurous kind of person, I love to travel and explore new places. I also love media entertainment! I love T.V. shows and movies a lot. I live for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I love being a Mormon!

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a member my whole life, but there was a time when I decided that I didn't want to act like a Mormon anymore so I started making really awful decisions. I was lost for a few years of my life and was in a very dark place. After a while, the things I was doing started to bore me and I wanted to change. I didn't like the person I was because I was mean, hateful, and vulgar. With help from my friends, family, and bishopric, I turned my life around. Because of that period in my life I have grown so much closer to my Savior and now I have an extraordinary testimony of Christ's Atonement. I now know, without a doubt in my mind, that this is the true church and this is how I want to live my life forever. I'm a Mormon because this Gospel brings me joy and happiness that I could never receive without it.

How I live my faith

My last calling that I had was being a part of the Relief Society Compassionate Service in my college singles ward. I seriously loved it! We had a thing we called "The Relief Jar" and every Sunday we would set it out and pass out slips of paper to the girls in Relief Society, then we would meet after church and read every slip of paper in the jar. We would offer a special prayer for all of the people in the jar then do small acts of service for the people who needed them. I saw so many miracles serving in that calling and it definitely opened my eyes to the "small things" that can help people so much! At this point in my life, I haven't had a lot of callings in the church, but right now I'm preparing to serve a mission! I have grown so much closer to our Heavenly Father through this process and I cannot wait to spread the word of God and do my part in bringing people unto him!