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Hi I'm Katie

I love volleyball and food. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Volleyball is a huge passion of mine. It has taught me hard work, competitiveness, teamwork, punctuality, and a number of other useful life skills. Some of my happiest memories come from girls camp, primary or an outlandish YSA activity. I love learning new things and meeting new people. I am currently a legal assistant at an awesome law firm. I'm all for an adventure but a low-key night with friends and family is definitely my preference for a good time. I am grateful that no matter what stage of life I am in, I have the Gospel of Jesus Christ and my family to keep consistent joy flowing in.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because it is the Gospel of Jesus Christ restored on the Earth today. Our Savior was sent to the Earth to establish this Gospel, pay the price for our sins and die so that we may live again. We have a church that receives direct revelation from God and teaches us our purpose in this life. We have the same Priesthood keys that were on the Earth in Christ's time. I see miracles and blessings everyday that come directly from God. Our Heavenly Father loves us individually and wants so badly for us to choose the right. The Gospel provides a joy and comfort that no Earthly thing could.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by taking advantage of all the tools that our Heavenly Father provides for our happiness. In order to receive personal revelation, we must be in tune with the spirit. If we are living in a way pleasing to our Heavenly Father, He will guide us. Church leaders, scriptures, conference talks, prayer, Priesthood and Patriarchal blessings and so much more are all things that we have at our fingertips. Those things are going to be essential in decision making and ultimately leading us to happiness. I am on the welcoming committee in my ward. We meet during the second hour of church to get to know the new members. We help members make their transition into our ward, and often times their move to a new area, as smooth as possible. We play match maker and introduce them to people with similar interests and make sure they continue to network within the ward. We also have activities to show them what AZ has to offer. I try to live my faith by serving the new members as well as anyone else Heavenly Father puts in my path.