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Hi I'm Chloe' Charlesworth

I love being active outdoors and learning. Adventures with family and friends are what I look forward to each day. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hi there! I am serving my mission in the West Virginia, Charleston Mission. I love it! I cherish the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It has become who I am because it unfolds my potential and my purpose and helps me see others in a special way. I love my family and my friends! My parents had my two older sisters, divorced, but later remarried and had me and my little sister. I believe it it because the Gospel of Jesus Christ that our family was healed. Life's challenges have helped me learn from mistakes and grow. I enjoy jamming on my guitar, singing along, dancing, hiking, and living a happy and healthy life with good, fun-loving people to share it with. There is too much to be grateful for.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon because I want to be. I want to have an eternal family. I want to become like our loving Savior. I want to continue in true happiness that living a good life as a member of this true church has helped me to experience. I want to help others find that peace, joy and purpose that I have found for myself.

How I live my faith

I'm serving a full-time mission right now. I am able to invite others to come closer to Christ, and I am loving every second of learning and growing and sharing.

Why do Mormons baptize their new members?

Chloe' Charlesworth
Of course it is a step in becoming a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, but it is also the first ordinance of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We are to be baptized by someone holding the proper Priesthood authority by immersion in the water for the remission of our sins. It is our way of renewal from our past transgression and sin, and then it shows that we promise God from there on out to follow Christ and keep His commandments. No unclean thing can enter into the kingdom of God so baptism is necessary to prepare ourselves for that day. God will keep His end of the promise and bless our lives and forgive us of our sins. He will welcome us into His presence as long as we keep our promise with Him. We are also able to renew this special covenant with God each week when we partake of the sacrament and repent daily. Show more Show less