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Hi I'm Courtney

I'm a traveler, adventurous, crazy, outgoing, creative, outdoorsy, and a dreamer all encompassed by me being a mormon.

About Me

As a photographer I tend to be someone who notices the little things in life. I am greatly enthralled by the beauties of the world around us and try to spend as much time as possible capturing and enjoying it. One of my biggest life goals is to hike Mt. Everest... or at least part of it. I'm a sophomore in college up in Idaho, and if I don't have something to look forward too I tend to go a little stir crazy. In my life, there is never a dull moment.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon because I believe the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is true. It's as simple as that. I couldn't be happier with all the blessings from Heavenly Father through the church has given me and I've watched it bless many others lives. My parents are both converts and they tell me often how much the church has helped them change their life for the better. Even though I was born into the church, I've come to my own personal understanding and knowledge of its truth. I have a strong belief in prayer and building a relationship with Heavenly Father. He is everyones personal best friend, and I know as mine, he is always there for me and wanting to help guide me throughout my life. I know as long as I'm always looking to him, I will be heading in the right direction to be able to return to live with him again someday.

How I live my faith

I live my faith every moment of every day. Its always something that is floating around in my mind that helps determine my thoughts and actions. It's like a part of me that has been built in over time as I've strived to be more Christ-like. I'm not perfect by any means, but I find that the best way to be better is to learn from your mistakes. It's become somewhat of a motto I live by.