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Hi I'm Sheree Nickerson

I'm 22, I Love dancing, hanging out with friends and spending time with my family and...... I'm Mormon

About Me

I'm a 22 years old I am from Manchester in the UK :) I come from a family of 5 children. I love chilling out with friends, I love doing anything creative and I'm always up for new things. I work for a hotel company and I hope to one day own my own nursery. I enjoy history, music, dancing and having fun. :)

Why I am a Mormon

My Mum and dad were both converts into the church, I was raised a member and was baptised when I was 8. When I was 13 the family went inactive. I went through my High School life not having the gospel fully in my life, when I was 16 I decided that I wanted to go back to church. I started going back and haven't looked back, I look at the person I was when I was in active and the person I am now, and I can honestly say that the change in me due to the gospel has been significant to myself and my family. I love the church although there are hard times; I know a 100% that this IS the true church on the earth. I love my heavenly father and Jesus Christ, and for the power of the atonement. I'm grateful for the organisations in the church such as youth and YSA as they have not only gained me good friends there but they have made my testimony grow stronger. I am so thankful for the gospel and for the many blessings it has given me.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by accepting my Saviour and following his example. I try to be the best example I can be to those around me in my church and everyday life. I for 4 Years have taught the primary children and love teaching the young ones and watching them grow up, I have organised our youth in a dance festivals and like to help out where I can. I am always willing to help with anyone. And try and be there for my fellow brothers and sisters