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Hi I'm Shae

I was born and raised in Canada, eh. I'm pretty normal really. I like skiing a lot. I'm a mormon.

About Me

I love winter sports, skiing being my favourite. I like to play football (american), as well as football (soccer). I really enjoy school and learning. I once did a trip to Peru and while there I helped with orphans and stuff like every other humanitarian has. As well though I helped establish an irrigation system in a destroyed village. Turns out that three years later I was called to serve a full time mission in Peru. Who would have guessed.

Why I am a Mormon

Well, the reason I am a Mormon... I guess it just makes sense, and everything lines up. As I see it there are really only two Christian churches that have a viable claim to truth the Catholic and the LDS churches. The Catholics however have far to many flaws and inconsistencies, plus I don't see how a loving Father in Heaven could allow all people before Jesus Christ came to earth to not have had the chance to receive the gospel. So easily logically being a Mormon makes sense to me more than anything else. Another very good reason is what we teach and believe. I honestly do not think that I would be happy with a religion or be able to believe in it if the highest degree of happiness you can achieve is floating around with a harp... It parallels to our short earth life I think. Our father raises us and in the end we can grow up to be an adult and live our own lives just as he has. Same with our Heavenly Father, we can grow and learn and then become as he is, and then live our own lives. Lastly and most importantly in the reason I am a Mormon is I have personally received the confirmation multiple times through the Holy Ghost. And the power by which I have received that testimony is a hard thing to ignore. I guess thats about it. Oh yea, one last thing. Living the Mormon life sure makes me happy, and anything that makes me truly happy is A-Okay with me.

How I live my faith

Living this faith isn't really a case of instances but rather constant, active, and engaged living always striving to do as Christ would. Some way I have done this I guess is I teach a couple families a lesson once a month as a home teacher, I served in seminary council for our town, I have held multiple positions in our various young mens, or Priesthood, groups, as well I was called to serve a full time mission for two years where I will teach and teach and teach this gospel.