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Hi I'm Charlotte

I'm a high school student. I'm a pole vaulter. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to exercise; I like running and pole vaulting. I am a good student. I enjoy cooking and babysitting too. I live in a village with not very many people. I plan to attend college. I have a dog. He's a black miniature poodle. I enjoy spending time with my family and my dog. I am also a ginger (a.k.a. I have red hair). Plus, I love to listen to alternative music.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is truly His church on the Earth today. I am a member because I know that it's true. I know that the Lord loves everyone and that He blesses His children. Everyone on this Earth is a child of God and he loves us no matter what we do. He wants us to choose the right and return to Him. I am a member of this church, and I am a Mormon because I can feel of His love for me, and He testifies to me through the Holy Ghost that the church is true. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints gives me a greater desire to choose the right and make good decisions. The Lord truly loves us and wants what's best for His children. My testimony of this and all other gospel principles gives me the strength to continue on in my daily life and with my daily struggles. My testimony is the most valuable thing I own. If you pray with a sincere desire to know of the truth, the Lord will answer you, and you can begin to have a testimony that will grow and strengthen over time.

How I live my faith

I love church, and I attend every Sunday. I don't have many assignment since I am a teenager, but I still help out when I can. Sometimes, I will prepare lessons or short thoughts to teach to the people in my church. I also attend an early morning church class during the school year. This class is called seminary, and I go for an hour every day before school. It sounds hard to lose the sleep, but it's a lot of fun! I work hard to be an example in my school and community.