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Hi I'm Abby Morris

I'm from southern California, and attend BYU-I, but I'm about to leave to serve a mission in Louisville, Kentucky. I'm a Mormon !!

About Me

I've finished my first year of college at BYU-I, but I'm currently home preparing to leave on my mission, November 15th in Louisville, Kentucky. When I get back, I plan on going back to school and working to become a nurse! I love being active and playing any sports. I love being with my huge family and will miss them very much when I'm gone. I mostly love this gospel and the peace and happiness it brings me. I am constantly praying and looking for ways I can share it with those around me.

Why I am a Mormon

I love this church and don't know what I would do without it. I know it is true. I know that heavenly Father sent his son to die for us so that we could repent for our sins and so we can return to live with him again someday. I know that Joseph Smith restored our church and that he saw Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ in the Sacred Grove. I know that through the Holy Ghost we can recieve direction and guidence from Heavenly Father. I love the Book of Mormon and know it is true. I know that the savior lives and that he loves everyone. This gospel brings me much happiness and I absolutely love it. I can't wait to serve a mission and help bring others unto christ and share with them the happiness that I receive from this gospel.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by striving to be better everyday. I make it a priority to find time to study the scriptures and pray. I try to be a good example to those around me, and constantly try to be more like our Savior. I love serving and I'm always looking for opportunities to be a better disciple of Jesus Christ. I live my faith by turning to my Heavenly Father during trials and hard times, and asking for forgiveness when I fall short.