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Hi I'm Becca

I love to travel. I love everything to do with health. I love people. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I absolutely love learning. I got a public health degree from BYU and am working in the health field. To me life is all about learning and growing. I also am crazy about traveling. There is something about other cultures that just captivates me. We all do things completely different; yet we all are working toward the same thing- happiness. My ultimate goal would be to travel all over the world helping others in need through public health projects. As you can tell I am crazy about people! I love the outdoors, riding horses, reading, sitting out on the porch on a warm summer day, singing in the shower, playing soccer & tennis, hiking, and laughing.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have studied the Book of Mormon with an open heart. I have pondered its words. And I have sincerely asked God if it is true. No one and no thing can take away my personal answer I received from God. I felt within my heart the pure truth from the Holy Ghost which testified to me that the Book of Mormon was true. As the book promises in the introduction, when we know the Book of Mormon is true we also know that Jesus is the Christ and that Joseph Smith is a prophet of God who restored the fullness of the Gospel in the last days. Everyone needs their own witness of this truthfulness, and everyone CAN and WILL get that answer IF they study, ponder, and pray with an open and honest heart, really wanting to know the truth.

How I live my faith

I think there are many ways we choose to live our faith. It starts with the simple things that we do individually including the daily conversations we have with God, our daily scripture study, and weekly church attendance. But then it starts to transform into something else. Soon we start changing, our heart softens, our belief grows and it becomes apart of our every thought, word, and deed. It eventually gets to the point where we don't have to think because we are already doing. A young mother is struggling to get into the grocery store with her several young children- we open the door. We are with a group of people and someone is quietly in the corner- we include them. It becomes natural, because the closer we draw to God, the more his love fills our hearts.