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Hi I'm Charity

I grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. I want to be an elementary school teacher. I am a mother of twins. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a pretty normal girl! I love to read and study, and I absolutely love school. I am studying to become an elementary school teacher. Some of my hobbies include reading, listening to new music, writing poetry, theatre (especially acting!) researching topics, and cooking. I am married to a wonderful man and am a mother to twins. My family and my church are the most important things to me.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised Mormon, and at a very young age I learned for myself that this church is of God. In high school, my testimony was often tested as people would question my faith and dedication. Through these trying times, I prayed to know of the truthfulness of this gospel and received my answer. I am a Mormon because I believe in Jesus Christ. I believe that He lived and died for us - and that He was resurrected and lives again, even now. I believe in His goodness and mercy, and that He really is the savior of the world. This church helps me to know Christ better - as a Mormon, I read about Him, study about Him, and worship Him. Through the Restoration, we've learned about the true nature of God and modern revelation, which has helped me to learn more about Christ. I am a Mormon because I believe that Christ knows me, and wants what is best for me and my family.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith in small ways, every day. I pray and read the scriptures daily. I talk to my twins about Christ and the church. I attend church every week, and try to visit the temple often. For me, the most influential way I live my faith is through prayer. I know that I can go to the Lord in prayer about absolutely anything, and I will be heard and answered. Prayer is how I've gained my testimony, and how I live my faith.