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Hi I'm Beth

I am going to BYU. I play piano and dance. And I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am attending BYU, and somehow managed to find myself majoring in math. It is a rigorous course, but I think it's fascinating. Who know vector spaces and integrals could actually interest someone? Besides math and school, I have tried to develop talents in dance, music, and sports. While some of these endeavors have been less successful than others, I still enjoy pursuing them and--very occasionally--sharing them. I am an amateur photographer, and dream to someday have a camera a little more advanced than your typical point-and-shoot and to take pictures of all the famous places around the world. Starting with the Eiffel Tower. I have two sisters and four brothers and love spending time with my family, even if they tease me.

Why I am a Mormon

Growing up in the church, it was never a question of whether or not I would attend on Sunday or do any of the daily activities that helped you keep up with your testimony. However, being a member was always more than just a sense of duty or what was expected of me. Ever since I was little, I had a strong testimony that I knew that Jesus Christ was my Savior. And I still know it. I love the Savior, and desire to serve Him and that is why I continue to follow His gospel. This testimony of who I am--a daughter of God--and who I am following--the Savior--has made a huge impact in my life. I live with hope for the future, even in the hardest of times. I see my fellow man with an idea of the love that the Savior has for them. My testimony, and acting on the things that I believe, keeps me striving to be the very best that I can be. I know that through Jesus Christ and His atonement that I can be forgiven of mistakes that I have made and that I can be saved.

How I live my faith

I have been called to serve on a committee focusing on compassionate service for members of the ward. This means that I get to help strengthen others and assist in their emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being. I have also tried to focus my efforts outside of my ward as well, by trying to do at least one act of service each day. Most of how I live my faith though is to remember the Savior in everything I do and to pray and study the scriptures.