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Hi I'm Natalie

I grew up in a small town. I love to laugh, read, and be with family. I'm a mormon.

About Me

I am a student at a college in Utah. I grew up as a mormon. I love to see nature and travel. I love chocolate, a good book, and photography. I was in colorguard in High School. I love music and playing the piano.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has all within that we need to become like our Heavenly Father and His Son Jesus Christ. There are ups and downs in life, but I know our Savior Jesus Christ suffered for each of our individual sins, weaknesses, sorrows, and sickness. We can overcome all through Him. Both know and love us so much and have a plan for us!! Even when things in my life become challenging, I try to continue and follow what I know because it is right. It is good. It provides us with the only true and lasting hope. Men really are that they might have joy and this is the way. Following Christ and Heavenly Father really is the way to lasting happiness. Families can be together forever and receive a fulness of joy because of this wonderful plan. I am a Mormon because not only is I true, but I owe it to them to live my life the best I know.

How I live my faith

I am part of a congregation for single people. I organize service projects for the group. Our last one was singing Christmas carols in a nursing home. I think everyone was touched at how much the music about Jesus' birth filled our hearts with hope and love. Even those elderly sick people felt of Heavenly Father's love for them. It was a good reminder that the pain and suffering we go through really is temporary. It was a really special experience. I'm hoping next to organize a project to put Humanitarian kits together with some special needs individuals. I got assigned to visit two sisters in my same congregation every month. There have been times when I felt that I really needed to do something out of the blue for them. God cares about our individual needs and sends people at certain times to help us. My own visiting teachers have done the same for me.