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Hi I'm Kelsey

I love to sing. I love to read. I know American Sign Language. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the youngest child in my family with one brother and one sister. I have taken college classes throughout high school as well as one semester of college and I am only a few classes away from completing all my general education classes. I love to sing, read, draw, play piano, and watch movies, especially Disney movies. I also enjoy travelling and going on vacations with my family and hope to travel much more in the future. I was born and raised into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

Why I am a Mormon

I am grateful to be a part of this Church. It has helped me to grow and become a stronger person than I ever could have been without it. It provides me with answers to questions that cannot be completely answered elsewhere and the knowledge that I have gives me peace in times of struggle, grief, sorrow, and challenges. I love this Church because, through it, I am loved. I have a Savior, Jesus Christ, who loves me through all my ups and downs. I have a family that I can be with forever. I have friends in my ward who are there to support me and teach me and serve me when I am in need. It is a church of happiness and peace, and in a world full of darkness and doubt, those are things that many seek for; things that I have already found.

How I live my faith

I have served as an advisor to the 12-13 year old young women in my ward. In my senior year of high school, I also served as a leader and on a council over all the students in my school who attended seminary. I have enjoyed being a leader to the youth of our Church and have learned much from them. I am thrilled to be leaving to serve an 18 month mission in Anaheim California and to share the teachings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints with the people there.