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Hi I'm Becca

I was born and raised in Pooler, Georgia. I love country music. I love singing. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I absolutely LOVE singing! And music and dancing and anything that has to do with rhythms! My favorite type of music is country music. My favorite country artists are Brantley Gilbert, Jason Aldean, and Carrie Underwood. When I was in High School, I attended an early college program where I went to a college for my junior and senior year and graduated with a year and a half worth of college credits under my belt. I'm going on a mission for the church and will be speaking Spanish which I am totally excited about because I LOVE the Latin culture and speaking Spanish. Makes me feel smart :) I love learning and I love God and His son Jesus Christ!

Why I am a Mormon

My dad has been a member since he was 14 years old but he went inactive when he graduated from high school. My mom was raised Lutheran but when I was 6 years old, my mother, brother, and sister all got baptized and my dad became active again. I was baptized when I was 8 years old but never became fully converted myself until I was 12 and again when I was 15. I say both because when I was 12, I attended a girls camp that summer and felt the Spirit so strongly...a feeling that I could not deny. When I was 15, I finally finished reading the entire Book of Mormon and prayed to know and have a testimony that what I was reading was truly another testament of Jesus Christ revealed and translated by the Prophet Joseph Smith in the Latter days. I know that this Gospel is the only 100% true gospel in these days and that everyone can know for themselves the truth and happiness that can come from living this gospel by praying with a sincere heart, having a true desire to know the truth.

How I live my faith

During my latter years of high school, I was a member of National Honor Society and the Blood Drive Chairman for this organization. I organized blood drives through the Red Cross and gave blood myself as often I could. I actually still do and will continue to as long as I am allowed to. I was given a list of people in my ward to go and visit and to write letters to and to show my love to so that they would know that they are not alone and that they have a friend in me and in their Savior.