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Hi I'm Sara Jessica Carter

I attend Southern Virginia University. I'm majoring in Family and Child Development. I love to serve. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

It took me a long time to figure out what to put in the short description because I'm not that special yet. I know I am eternally but right now, I can't really think of much. Let's see... I play 6 instruments. I love music, mostly all kinds of music. I'm stuck in the 90's. I'm definitely a 90's chick. I am majoring in Family and Child Development at Southern Virginia University; I absolutely love it there. I really love to serve in any way I can, the Lord surely knows that so He called me to the Compassionate Service Committee and I have loved every second of it. I work at Quality Inn, front desk. I like to think of myself as very independent and pretty kind. I also have a passion for American Sign Language and Deaf Culture.

Why I am a Mormon

Being a Mormon means knowing peace. I grew up in the Church but I haven't always been active and I haven't always taken it too seriously. Recently I started reading the Book of Mormon and it has been changing my life exponentially. I am starting to really see God's purpose for me and I truly believe He is always there for me. I have a strong testimony that my Heavenly Father knows me personally and blesses me accordingly. One of my favorite things about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is that we are encouraged to ask questions. Many religions discourage asking question claiming that when you start asking, you stop believing. In the LDS Church, we are encouraged to pray and ask questions because the more you know, the more you believe and the stronger your faith and testimony of Christ becomes.

How I live my faith

I mentioned that I am on the Compassionate Service Committee. Helping others is my calling, literally. I love to serve everyone. I often lose myself in the service of others which is great but sometimes I forget that I need to take care of myself as well.