What Is a Church Community?

The video player could not be built.

Do you want to chat with a missionary?

We are happy to answer any questions you may have. Start a chat or call us at 1-888-537-6600.

Hi I'm Kylie Anne

Just a girl who loves curry, traveling, and sunshine. And guess what else? I'm also a Mormon.

About Me

I am a girl of many interests. I love to create. Whether it be through cooking, writing, or some form of art, I love it. Running is my release. I love to run without any music and just experience the world around me. My husband and I like to spend time together outside and with family members. The thing that has helped me grow the most in my life has been traveling. Seeing and experiencing others' culture opened my eyes and I can't wait to continue my travels.

Why I am a Mormon

While I was born into a Mormon family, living the gospel and its principles has not always been second nature to me. When I was a sophomore in college, I was struggling immensely with self image. All of my friends had left on missions, and I felt alone. One night, desperate and exasperated, I fell on my knees in tears and started screaming. When I finally was able to compose myself I whispered a prayer, asking why I was alone, why nobody cared. For the first time in a while, a wave of peace rushed over me. I had an impression of words, "Kylie, my daughter, you are not alone. I love you, and I am here with you." I cannot deny that what I felt that night was the love of God. It has given me a sure knowledge that God cares about me, and that I am His daughter. Because of this experience I worked hard to solidify my testimony. And although there are still some holes that I am working to fill, I know that the Book of Mormon is a book of truth. I know that the temple ordinances are saving ordinances, and will allow me to live with my loving husband for eternity. I know that as I listen and act upon the words of the living prophet, my shortcomings can be redeemed. Most of all, I know that I am not alone, and neither are you.

How I live my faith

Living my faith is more than going to church once a week. I try my best to live my faith through love. I try to reach out to those who need through friendships. The Church and the gospel we live by emphasizes family. I strive daily to help my husband and family know that I love them. Currently, my husband and I co-teach in our ward. We teach adults what we call 'Gospel Doctrine.' Essentially, we discuss the doctrines in our religion and how we can better live and understand it. I love it, it allows me to interact with people, and grasp my faith better.