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Hi I'm Katie Siepert

I believe that happiness is the most important thing and life is so much more fun if you laugh at everything. And I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am 20 and happy to be serving a mission in the Richmond Virginia mission. It is the greatest experience I have ever had and I know that it has completely changed my life. I grew up in Oregon to a great, faithful family. My brother served a mission in Arizona and my younger brother is serving a mission in the Halifax Canada mission and my dad served a mission in Toronto Canada. I am so grateful to be in a family so full of the spirit and so devoted to the Lord. I love everything that has to do with music and it has been a huge part of my life. I also love dance and danced since I was 3 years old. I love to laugh at everything even when it is not funny...I am just a happy person who is just so grateful for the restored gospel on the earth.

Why I am a Mormon

I am Mormon simply because I took the challenge of the prophet Moroni at the end of the Book of Mormon and asked God. I went through a period of time where I didn't know if it was true and I didn't really try to know if it was true. But when I took the time to really figure it out and study it out that is when I received a witness from the Holy Ghost that it was true.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by constantly everyday trying to be better and trying to be more like my Savior, Jesus Christ. Sometimes it can be discouraging because perfection is so far away, but I know that it is only through the atonement of Christ that I can become better and become more and more perfect each day. I live my faith by relying on that atonement and letting it change my life. I also live my faith by putting it in the center of my life. I know that true happiness only comes when we really live the gospel to the fullest. That means reading our scriptures, going to church to partake of the sacrament, going to the temple, and following the teachings of Jesus Christ.