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Hi I'm Arielle

I've spent most of my life in Las Vegas. I'm currently enjoying life as a college student, and I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I've grown up most of my teenage and young adult years in Las Vegas which I love. Now I'm attending college and working as a Security Guard to help fund my education. I am the oldest of four children and enjoy spending time with my younger siblings, hanging out with friends, and trying new things. Some of my favorite hobbies include reading, writing short stories, paintballing, and watching Netflix. I've recently received my mission call to the Argentina Posadas Mission in which I will get the opportunity to serve God and his children for the next 18 months.

Why I am a Mormon

I've been very blessed to have two parents who were able to raise me in the church. My mother was active in church while my father was not, yet he always encouraged and supported me in my choices. When I was about thirteen years old I began to really have the desire to know if the things that I had been learning were indeed true, so I began to read from the Book of Mormon every night to really know for myself. I remember those experiences very well as I read and felt the spirit testify to me of its truthfulness as I studied and prayed. The biggest thing I noticed was how it began to change me from the inside out and how everything contained in the book could be applied to me personally. That search for the truth to gain my own testimony, or belief in the gospel of Jesus Christ, has blessed me throughout my whole life and so I continue to go to church faithfully remembering the blessings that I have experienced throughout my life and remembering the love that I have felt from my Heavenly Father. That is why I am a Mormon, that is why I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by going to church every Sunday, reading from the scriptures, and serving others. I've had the opportunity to be a teacher to some of the smaller children in Sunday school, and I've also had many opportunities to help out the full-time missionaries by joining them for teaching appointments and getting to know and friendship new members of the church. I'm also preparing to serve my own full-time mission in Argentina and parts of Paraguay in the hopes of sharing truths that have brought me more joy and happiness than I can possibly express.