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Hi I'm Heidi

I grew up in Manti, Utah in a family of Mormons.

About Me

I am very energetic about what life has to offer. I have developed many talents over the years and have learned how to work hard by following my parents' example. I play several musical instruments, sing, dance, compete in sports, and enjoy being a homemaker. While in high school I have held many leadership positions where I learned to expand my abilities and help others learn. These experiences have helped me learn how to work with many people in order to accomplish a common goal. The best way to describe my character is adventurous! While adventure definitely has work, the ability to learn something new is very rewarding.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been raised by my parents to become a Mormon. I have always know this path to be right. I didn't need a miraculous event to change my life, I am simply amazed at the simple gifts that Heavenly Father bestows in my life. One testimony builder--for me--is our "For the Strength of Youth" booklet. This booklet of standards is a wonderful tool. It is what I believe makes me uncommon. While others may see it has a burden, I see it as a path to greater heights. A person who can discipline their desires and actions is fit for royalty. I believe that if the guidance in this booklet is followed, anyone can become truly noble. Another great strength in my life is the scriptures. Not only do I get to learn from the past with the Bible and Book of Mormon, but there are present revelations given. I love to read over the messages given during General Conference and receive greater insight on gospel subjects. Why do I want to be a Mormon? Because it gives me the opportunity to change and become better every day.

How I live my faith

Every morning I get the chance to fill-up with spiritual enlightenment before the day begins with scripture study and prayer. No matter how many times I read a certain scripture, paragraph, or phrase--something new will catch my attention; or an answer to a question will come. Every week I have the opportunity to play the organ for my ward during our meetings. I have enjoyed practicing a new instrument in order to invite the spirit to dwell within our meetings.