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Hi I'm Ashlin Bradford

I was born in Kentucky, and grew up in Arizona. I love the gospel and everyone who has been put into my life. I'm a mormon.

About Me

I am enjoying life as a freshmen in highschool. My favorite thing to do is to swim competitively. I love spending time with my family and playing games. I love hanging out with my friends and most of all laughing. Anything outdoors appeals to me, as well as rustic antiques. I like traveling and seeing places. I'm a Mormon.

Why I am a Mormon

I know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is the true and restored church. It gives me so much spiritual strength and happiness. I love my friends and family so very much and recognize their part in helping me to do the right thing. I know of God's plan for me and try to do my part to live it. I find strength in the knowledge that my family will live together forever for all eternity. I love my ward family and all they do for us. I know they Joseph Smith was a true prophet and without him we would not have the priesthood which gives us so much blessings. Without Joseph Smith we would not have the restored church. I know that Thomas S monson is the true and living Prophet today in this time and age and that all of his teachings are true. I am so very grateful for all of the many blessings I have been given.

How I live my faith

I live my faith daily, at school, swim, seminary. I try to be the best I can be by living the standards. I go to the temple often and love feeling the presence of the spirit there. I consistently read and abide by the for strength of youth. I make it known to everyone of my values and the reasons for how live my life. I always read the scriptures and study them intently. Prayer is very important to me and I know it to be true, which is why I live it.

What is a “testimony” that Mormons speak of?

Ashlin Bradford
A testimony is a personal and spiritual witness of what you believe in. Such as a belief in christ, Heavenly father, and the many blessing and feelings given from the gospel. Show more Show less