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Hi I'm Nikki

I grew up in St. George, Utah. I'm married and attending school at BYU-Idaho. I love my husband. I'm a Mormon :)

About Me

My name is Nikki. I'm a student at BYU-Idaho, a church-owned university in Rexburg, Idaho. I'm originally from St. George, Utah, where I grew up with four brothers and three sisters. I met my husband a year and a half ago, and we've been married for three totally wonderful months. He is my best friend in the world, and I love and admire him more than anyone I've ever met. I love the church because it brings me so much joy. The gospel makes my relationship with Derek more meaningful, and my relationship with Derek makes the gospel more meaningful. I would be lost without either in my life.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I love my family. Because of the gospel I can be with my family forever, and that means the world to me. I don't think I could be very happy if I didn't know that I would get to be with my precious husband forever. I'm a Mormon because I make mistakes. I make mistakes all the time, but through the gospel I have learned that Jesus Christ suffered not only for all the mistakes I've made and the sins I've committed, but for all the wrongs that have been done to me, and for all the pains I ever go through. Jesus Christ understands me perfectly, and has enabled me to become clean again, every day. He makes it so that wounds can heal, and so that we can become new people. I've become a new person because of his sacrifice. I'm a Mormon because the Spirit testifies that this gospel is true. I feel it every time I seek the Lord, in my scripture study, in church, at home, listening to the prophets and apostles of today speak. I know through the Holy Ghost that Jesus Christ lives, and that He has restored His gospel on the earth, and I can feel it every time I ponder a question or ask the Lord. I know the church is true. I live it. And I absolutely love it.

How I live my faith

There are a lot of ways in which I live my faith. I have served in volunteer positions in my church, such as an accompanist, choir director, or chorister for the meetings. My husband is currently serving as a Sunday School president, which means that he organizes all of the classes we attend at church on Sunday in order to continue to learn about the gospel. Some of the most significant ways in which I live my faith are the most unnoticeable. I live my faith in my home, where it is most important. I am careful about the clothes I wear, the movies I watch, the music I listen to, the things I say, and so on. I try to treat my husband with absolute kindness, love, and respect, as he does me. We serve one another. I read from the scriptures every day, and I kneel in prayer every morning and night to speak with my Father in Heaven. There are many ways to live the gospel, and infinite number of ways, in fact. The gospel of Jesus Christ has to be lived in every little aspect of our lives.