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Hi I'm Amy Bennett

I function only on "High Creative Mode", I treat my life like a movie, I am an artist, a singer, a goof, and I am a Mormon. :)

About Me

I am an average silly 20 year old girl. I am someone who has many hobbies. I love spending time with my family and friends. I am a communications major/design major and I just finished my first year of college. I love anything creative and visual. Music - I sing every moment in every day with my guitar. I enjoy playing the guitar, the ukulele, the piano, and violin, and any new instrument I can get my hands on. I've started picking up the banjo and the harp...Art - painting, drawing, throwing paint balloons, you name it!...Figuring out solutions - to my friends boy drama all the way to figuring out how many dishes I can cram in the dishwasher My dream is to be a designer or artist and create a masterpiece truly depicting life. Cliche huh? :) I am currently serving in the GKLM (Great Kentucky Louisville Mission) so I can better understand the Gospel and to bring it to my brothers and sisters in Kentucky. I know the Gospel of Jesus Christ has brought me so much comfort in a crazy world and I feel that it is a huge blessing. So I want to share it with people! I am serving Spanish Speaking and it is amazing the power the Gospel has, even if it's in different languages. The message is all the same and the Spirit still testifies that this is the one true church that Christ restored again on the earth. I know this church is true and I am so blessed to be apart of it!

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a member of the church my whole life. Everyone interprets this as knowing everything and having a sure faith and testimony of everything. That is not always the case. For me, I have known what was right and wrong since I could function on my own. But it wasn't until this past year that I learned the true power of our church. It has always made me happy and has been fun to be apart of this church. But once I experienced my own trials, just like everyone else, I learned the comfort and safety it brings to each person individually. Our church is called "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints". We are followers of our loving Savior Jesus Christ. It is through Him that I found that comfort and saftey. Through Him, I can be forgiven of any sins and I can always have someone to call a friend. He loves me, and I know He loves you just as much.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by striving to be an example. The power of influence can be everything to someone else. People are always watching and learning about you from what you say or do. I try my hardest to be on the look out for someone in need of a friend, someone in need of a smile or laugh, and someone in need of help. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints brings so much joy and happiness into my life. I don't need to try hard to find strength and courage from it. I want to share that same feeling with anyone who will listen. I want everyone to be happy and live the lives they have wanted and dreamed of. Everything is possible if you are optimistic and ready to accept challenges.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

Amy Bennett
The LDS church helps others in many ways. It doesn't matter who you are, or where you come from, or what your standing is. We will help anyone who is in need. We do this because everyone deserves to be happy and everyone needs help getting back on their feet. We are all brothers and sisters, why not help on another? Our Savior Jesus Christ taught us countless times to "Love one another." Our Prophet Joseph Smith also taught us that we should "feed the hungry, clothe the naked, provide for the widow, dry up the tear of the orphan, comfort the afflicted, whether in this church, or in any other, or in no church at all." Helping someone else brings new blessings into your own life whether you need them or not. Service in rewarding in many ways. Show more Show less