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Hi I'm Chloe Litchfield

I'm a Francophile, a beach bum, and a people watcher. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in New Orleans but grew up in Jupiter, FL where I attended Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts and majored in music. I was the only Mormon. I decided to go to Brigham Young University, where I majored in French and Sociology and minored in International Development. I liked Utah well enough but couldn't seem to sit still for very long so I ended up doing as much schooling as I could abroad. In my three years as an undergraduate, I was able to live in Senegal, Paris, Cambridge, and Cambodia. While finishing my Honors Thesis on the status of women in Cambodia, I came to the conclusion that the very best way to help people was through the gospel. I turned in my mission papers while living in Phnom Penh and received my mission call to Phnom Penh, Cambodia - Vietnamese speaking. Within two weeks of returning to the states, I graduated and entered the MTC with my younger brother, who is headed on his mission to Posadas, Argentina.

Why I am a Mormon

I've grown up in a highly Jewish community and lived with Catholics, Muslims, and Buddhists. I have visited some of the most beautiful Cathedrals, Mosques, and Temples in the world. I have seen devotion and goodness and truths in all of these religions. But I know from my experiences that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints holds claim to the fullness of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Savior and Redeemer of the world. I realize how fortunate I am to have this knowledge and that is why I have chosen to spend 18 months sharing it with as many people as will listen.

How I live my faith

I'm currently a full-time missionary and get to wear the name of my Savior, Chúa Giê Su Ky Tô, all day everyday for 18 months. Growing up in a community with very few LDS members, I had to defend my beliefs and lifestyle on a regular basis. It was challenging but I will always be grateful for my upbringing in south Florida which helped solidify my testimony and identity at an early age. I do not intend for my mission to end when I come back from Cambodia. I want to always have the courage to share what has made me the most happy with all those I come into contact with.