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Hi I'm Corinne

I love to snowboard, hike, and bike. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a wonderful valley which offered much to do outside. As a family, we always enjoyed four wheeling, hiking, biking, and doing other things out doors. Don't let that fool you-we also love our movies! After graduating from high school I attended my first year of college. After my first year I decided to serve a LDS mission. I have been called to serve in Eugene, Oregon.

Why I am a Mormon

There are many reasons why I am Mormon. First, I grew up in the church. My parents modeled the good which comes from living the gospel, and one day I wanted to be like them. This wasn't enough though; I had to know the church was true for myself.There isn't a specific time in my life that revealed to me the truthfulness of the gospel, it is something which came gradually. I can pinpoint a time when I knew that I could never turn my back on my beliefs. During my Junior year of high school I started to wonder if everything I knew was true. This is when I started running. Running gave me a lot of time to think about where I was headed in my life. During my first 9 mile run, I had a lot of time to talk to God. He showed me the beauty that comes from living this gospel. It brings happiness like nothing else does in my life. This lead me to fervently study and pray; it brought a peace into my life that proved to me this was the truth. This is why I am Mormon. Nothing else makes me as happy as the gospel!

How I live my faith

Growing up, my youth group was involved in many community activities. This included picking trash up from the highway, baking treats and bringing them to the family, buying Christmas for families who couldn't afford it, and many others. After I moved out to college I got involved as secretary which involved throwing fun activities for the girls in my ward. We had multiple breakfasts, service projects, and amazing speakers.