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Hi I'm MaCae Davidson

I'm described as weird, stubborn, and kooky. I grew up in Texas, but lived in Nigeria for a while. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the oldest of 4 boys and 2 girls, I consider myself as a geek/nerd, I love to play volleyball in my free time, and read. I am going to BYU-I for a degree in Marriage and Family with a clinical application and a minor in Psychology. My goal is to be a Marriage and Family therapist. I want to do this because I love seeing the potential in people, visualizing who they can become with the right help. I plan on serving a mission to San Bernardino California, and I plan on returning with honor.

Why I am a Mormon

There was a point in my life when I felt unwanted, unloved, and worthless. I had no hope, no motivation to do anything, I basically gave up. Then I was at a church camp for youth, and I prayed for help not to feel this way anymore, and I felt God's love for me personally so strongly. My next thought was "the only thing that could make this moment better would be getting a hug" and right them I felt someone hugging me. But when I opened my eyes, no one was touching me. I know that I am a loved daughter of God, and that he cares about me and everything I do. He knows what I'm going through, and when I need comfort, I can pray to him and he will listen to me and understand. I know that God lives and he loves all of his children and he gave us this gospel to help us live happier and return to live with him when we die.

How I live my faith

In Nigeria we attended this little branch with no AC and a small cross breeze on a good day. I volunteered for my first calling to be a Primary chorister. I had the opportunity to teach the little children church songs. I loved it! Yes, it was so hot when you left you looked like you just went swimming, but the children didn't care, they just loved playing games, coloring pictures of Jesus, and learning new songs.