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Hi I'm Kendra

I love the outdoors and being creative. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hi! I love doing anything with art (Drawing, anything on the computer, and photography). I'm a college student and plan on studying Graphic Design. I love music, and doing anything that's outdoors, such as camping, hiking, sports, horse back riding, and riding my bike. Through my life experiences I've learned that no matter what hard time you're going through, you've got to see the positives to life. There's always something good in every moment that we go through. God understands what all of us are going through and He will be our constant friend to help us get through it. He won't leave us to do hard things alone.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church, but I also have my conversion story. I was around 7 or 8 years old and knew I had to know for myself that the Book of Mormon and this church was true. I prayed and prayed about it and remember reading my scriptures one night, and just asking that question in my head. I remember having a warm comforting feeling that it was true, and I also gained the knowledge that my Heavenly Father knew who I was and that He was there. I've had many confirmations in my life where that has become a stronger testimony to me every time I've received them. I love this Church, it's made me become who I am today, and has been such a blessing in my life.

How I live my faith

In the church I've had callings in Young Women's, and in primary teaching the younger kids. I've sung in church choirs, and really enjoy the spirit from the songs we sing.

In whom should we have faith?

Kendra
Article of Faith #4: We believe that the first principles and ordinances‍ of the Gospel are: first, Faith‍ in the Lord Jesus Christ; second, Repentance; third, Baptism‍ by immersion‍ for the remission‍ of sins; fourth, Laying on of hands‍ for the gift‍ of the Holy Ghost. -- The first principle is to have faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. To have faith in God is to trust Him, to have confidence in him, and we need to be willing to act on our belief in Him. Show more Show less