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Hi I'm Krystal

I've lived most of my life in California. I love my family. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love playing soccer, the beach (I'm a true California girl), and reading. I studied Psychology and love learning about the mind and how it works as well as how people relate to one another. Right now I'm working toward getting higher education in the Marriage and Family Field. I hope to someday become a Marriage and Family Therapist and help to strengthen the most fundamental relationship of a family. I am one of three children and I love my family very much. Recently my family has grown even more when I married my wonderful husband.

Why I am a Mormon

I've grown up in the Church and have been active my entire life. However, even being a member of the Church your entire life can have it's challenges. I grew up in a small town and many of my close friends that held the same standards I did lived at least an hour away. This was both a blessing and a challenge. Eventually I had to choose for myself to live the Gospel. I still remember the first time I finished reading the Book of Mormon for the first time. It was in the morning and after I had read the final chapter of Moroni I took the time to pray about what I had just completed reading. After praying, I felt such a warmth emanating from inside of me it was amazing! Along with gaining my own testimony, I am a Mormon because of how the Gospel has given me a way to be with the most important possession I have with me in this life; my family. Knowing that these people that I so closely share my life with and love so immensely will be able to be with me forever is the sweetest blessing I could ever ask for. I know that while they may leave this Earth, our relationship will still last. We will see each other again.

How I live my faith

I teach the 5 year old children with my husband. It is truly a blessing to work with such sweet children who with one smile can light up your day. I teach them the basic beliefs of our Church such as praying, eternal families, and baptism. I also help the Sister missionaries by going with them when needed to meet some of the people learning about the Church.

What is the Relief Society?

The Relief Society is an organization for women all across the world. It is much like a support system for women where they can unite together to learn more about Gospel teachings and serve others in the community and the Church. It is a place where women from any culture can come and feel welcome and find warm friendly women to associate with and become friends with. Show more Show less

What do Mormons believe about family?

Mormons believe that the family is very important. It is the building block of our society. Mormons also believe that the family relationships can last longer that just this life. Our family relationships don't have to end in death, they can continue on past the grave as long as we are following Christ's example and living in accordance to His teachings and the Gospel. Show more Show less