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Hi I'm Kambrie

I am 19 years old, studying Graphic Design, and working as an Audio/Visual Technician. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a sophomore in college, studying graphic design. I am a spray paint artist, and I enjoy using photography as another creative outlet. I am a song writer, and I edit music. I've taught and attended many classes of Zumba and other dancing/aerobic workouts, and I love it. I love to cook, oftentimes even more than I like to eat! I am excited for the day that I can have a home of my own to decorate and keep organized the way I like it, and "when I grow up" I honestly just want to be a wife and mother.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the Mormon Church. But that is not why I am a Mormon today. I am now an adult, and living away from home. I could very easily not go to church and not affiliate with my parent’s religion. But that’s not what I want. Quite a few years ago, I was a participant in a community choir. This choir sang religious music, and we toured various areas of North America for a couple weeks every summer. Through the music I sung in this choir, I gained a deep level of curiosity to know if what I was singing was really true. I pondered the inspiring words often, and at last, during a concert I got my answer. As I sung the words “Come lay your heavy load down at the Master’s feet; your shame will be removed, your joy will be complete. Come crucify your pride, and enter as a child; for those who bow down low He’ll lift up to His side”, I had an overwhelming feeling that what I was singing was true. I needed to truly come unto Christ. I began to pray with true conviction, true purpose. I had felt that the church I belonged to my whole life was true at other points of my life before this instance, but never so strongly. Since that experience, I have had many more, and to a much greater degree. I know that the LDS Church is true. Jesus Christ is my Savior, and I can return to live with my Heavenly Father once again.

How I live my faith

I read my scriptures every night, and pray to God daily. I receive inspiration from Him, and I act accordingly. I try to look for ways to help others and to lift and build them up. I am a Family Home Evening leader in my ward, and I plan fun but inspiring lessons and activities each week. I always learn a lot from those in my group, and I try to make it a good experience for everyone and make them feel involved and a part of something while living away from home.