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Hi I'm Whitney

I grew up in Alberta Canada. I play rugby, volleyball, and College basketball and did track and field in School! I am a Mormon.

About Me

I love to play Sports and Life!!! Rugby and basketball are my all-time favorite! I also love to play piano and create all sorts of art. I thoroughly enjoy laughing and making jokes and just having a great time with the family and my friends! I was taking general studies in college, but then after a whole year of going back and forth between a biology teacher, physical therapist, a psychologist, I finally decided to be a massage therapist haha

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that by the grace of God, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has been restored to this earth at this time, and He did that through the Prophet Joseph Smith. Joseph Smith also translated the Book of Mormon through our Heavenly Fathers guidance, and I know that that book contains the truthfulness of this gospel. It is the only book that helps me find answers to my questions and concerns, I love the Book of Mormon. I have a strong testimony of the Plan of Happiness, I know that families can be together forever, and I am most grateful for the atonement of Jesus Christ. I know that He suffered for our sins so that we may be forgiven of any transgression that we have made. I have been forgiven countless times for mine, and I know that my sins will always be forgiven of. I know that or Father which in is Heaven spoke to Prophets of old and He still continues to talk with Prophets in this time. I know that President Thomas S. Monson is the true and living Prophet today and that he receives revelation from God and tells us what the Lord would have us hear. I love this gospel so very much and it brings me great joy, reassurance and comfort.

How I live my faith

Well I currently do not hold a position in the church or in the community, but I try to show that I am a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints by living the way Christ would. When I had a calling to work with the young women in the church, I tried to set a high standard, not to prove that I am be better because I am not, I have many faults to, but to show them that that is how Christ would like them to live. I also try to let people see who are not members of the Church that I am different, again not in an arrogant way, but in a way to make them question my difference and see why I act and present myself the way I do. Which in turn will hopefully lead to missionary discussions. I want to live my faith the way Christ would!