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Hi I'm Haley

I'm a scientist. I'm an adventurer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Growing up in Florida, I always loved the ocean and dreamed of someday becoming a dolphin trainer. Now, years later, I fulfilling my dreams. I will be graduating college in a month with hopes of pursuing a masters degree in Marine Biology. I recently got married to the love of my life. We go on lots of adventures together-camping, fishing, hiking, rafting, bug-catching...you name it! When I'm not outside, you can probably find me jamming on my guitar, drawing or baking.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because it makes me happy. When I'm feeling sad or discouraged, the Gospel of Jesus Christ has always given me comfort...and this church has the fullness of the Gospel of Christ.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by seeing God's hand in everything. Whether its hiking, flying or SCUBA diving, we can find our Heavenly Father's love for us in the most simple to the most complex of creations. My job in life is to help others see the love God has for each one of us by telling them all about the neat things that were created to remind us of Him and His love.

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

In no other place have I felt so respected as in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Men do not rule over women and neither do women rule over men. They form an equal partnership in which both are trying to be like Christ. Show more Show less

What is being a Mormon like?

To be Mormon, really, is to be happy. When bad things happen, I know that there is a heavenly plan. When I am sad, I know that there is a Savior who understands me perfectly and can comfort me. When I am discouraged because of my imperfections, I know that the Atonement of Jesus Christ can help us overcome and be healed of our weaknesses. Essentially, to be Mormon is to have hope. Show more Show less