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Hi I'm Elizabeth

I live in Utah. I'm a ballet dancer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a ballet dancer. I have been involved in ballet my entire life. My favorite roles I have had the opportunity to perform are the Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker and Odette in Swan Lake. I have dedicated at least 4 hours a day to my ballet education throughout all my primary schooling and college as well. Although recently, I have put off those responsibilities and interests, for a time, to serve a mission for the Lord in the beautiful country of Thailand.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a family that lived and taught me to live the principles of this church. As a child in primary school I felt the great love that the Lord has for all his children. In sacrament meeting I felt the warmth and the calmness as the sacrament was being passed by priesthood holders. My life has not been perfect, but this gospel challenges me to be strengthened, change, and improve. I have seen the happiness of eternal families and the blessing of guilt being replaced with peace and love through Christ's atonement. I have learned through experience, reading the Book of Mormon, and feeling the power of the Holy Ghost that if I obey the Lord he will not fail me. I will find happiness in the truth of this gospel.

How I live my faith

I attend church each week and teach primary children the principles of this gospel through the scriptures. During the week, I say my prayers and read my scriptures so that I can feel His love and line my will with his will. I seek to live a Christ-centered life by serving others through direct service or small acts of kindness. I am currently preparing myself to serve a mission in Thailand where I will be able to dedicate my time and my efforts in testifying that this gospel is true and that Christ lives and loves each of us.