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Hi I'm Eliza

"I've moved 8 times since birth, I play volleyball, I play the violin and piano, I love to sing, and I'm a Mormon."

About Me

Some of my hobbies and interests that I have are, playing the violin, piano, singing, cooking, baking, drawing, playing volleyball, hanging out with my friends, and spending time with my family. I am 15 years old, and I am the oldest of 4 girls. I have a cat named Sapphire, and I have moved houses 8 times since birth....and still counting. I have had to adjust to many different atmospheres and changes around me, and I have had a lot of adventures on my way because of the changes that moving brings. I have lived in 4 different states, and my family and I still plan to keep moving around the United States or possibly the world. Depending on where the Lord takes us. I have always had a hard time moving, but the Lord has definitely changed my point of view, and I am now able to adjust into things much faster, because of the help that the Lord has brought into my life, and I always have a firm foundation. Somewhere to go to when I am in need, and I feel reassured whenever I move, because the gospel never changes. Wherever you go, the church is the same, and it will never change. So, I can count on firm faith in the gospel that I know to be true, and I can count on the Lord to help me with whatever obstacles come in my way.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon, because I love going to church and learning new things about the gospel, and I love learning about new things to better build up my testimony and foundation of the gospel. The gospel and truth of the church have really changed my life for the better. I know that I have many more years and future experiences ahead of me in my lifetime, but I am more than willing and capable of keeping the standards of the church, bringing others to Christ, and hopefully one day, be in the presence of God to live with him once again.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by reaching out to others that need that light and the truth that they have always been searching for. By teaching others the truth, and the wisdom in the gospel, and the light that it can bring to anybody's dull, life. I have seen the gospel strengthen me as well as my family, and I have also seen it strengthen my testimony. Seminary has also played a tremendous roll in helping me Come Unto Christ, and become the person that I know God has in store for me.