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Hi I'm Capri

I'm a musician. I'm a dancer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Utah and have a great love for the outdoors. So many of our family activities involved being out in nature and I'm grateful to be surrounded by so much beauty. The piano quickly became my love and I have found ways to involve it in so many aspects of my life. I love to sing. I love to dance. I love anything music. I've been in college this past year and am now preparing to serve a mission. I have always been taught that life is for laughing, and I owe all my happiness and love for life to the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Why I am a Mormon

The gospel of Jesus Christ is a gospel of happiness, and I am a Mormon because that happiness has always been very real in my life, because of what I believe. The knowledge I have of the Atonement and the knowledge that God has a plan for my life provides a way for me to find peace and joy in this sometimes scary world. I have had too many experiences in my life that have testified of the truths of this gospel, and strengthened my testimony that there is a living prophet today, the Book of Mormon is true, and Christ lives and loves us, and wants nothing more for us to find happiness here in this life, and eventually return to live with Him again someday.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by striving to share the light of the gospel wherever I go. Through the talents I have been blessed with, I play the organ and piano in church meetings and other gatherings to bring the spirit. Christ set the perfect example of service and I hope that by trying to align my life with His, others will see my example and want to know Him.

How can we come to know our Father in Heaven?

Capri
Talk to Heavenly Father as He is, your father. Thank Him for your blessings and ask Him for help. He will answer you, not always when or how we expect, but He always will. Show more Show less