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Hi I'm Hannah

I'm an art teacher. I'm a missionary. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a small town with a mom and a step dad. I have four step siblings all significantly older than me. I love to learn and spent my years in high school participating in band, academic teams, sports (but just barely), etc. I swore I would get out of my town but ended up going to a local college and never regretted it for a single moment. I have graduated college with a bachelor's of science in art with a license and accreditation to teach art K-12 in most states. I've been called to serve a mission for the Church of Jesus of Latter-Day Saints in Nevada. I'm ready to serve my Heavenly Father and future family and friends in this capacity and ready to start this new chapter in my life.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised by parents who were already members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. When I went to college I realized that I didn't want to be someone who was a different person Saturday night than I professed to be Sunday morning. I came to understand that, if nothing else, this church and its beliefs made me be the person I had always wanted to be, compassionate, hopeful, and faithful. I reevaluated all I had been taught as a child. My greatest belief comes through prayer. There is nothing like pleading fervently with the Lord in the small recesses of your heart. For all our fault and frailties I know that the Lord given us His word through the exceedingly human hands of His children here on earth. It is one of the many things that should give us greater hope in ourselves.

How I live my faith

I am using the next 18 months to be a missionary. I have been given a specific assignment in Las Vegas Nevada to invite those who speak Spanish to come unto Christ. I have been asked to help others understand the restoration of the fullness of His gospel through repentance, baptism, and receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost.