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Hi I'm Emily

I was born in Wisconsin, grew up in Utah, and have curly hair. I am a Mormon

About Me

I am in a family with six kids and I can't imagine life without my family. I have danced basically all of my life and am currently about to serve an LDS mission in the Dominican Republic! I couldn't be more excited. I love hiking, camping, and anything that has to do with being outdoors in nature.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because living the Gospel of Jesus Christ brings me more happiness than anything else. Through reading the Book of Mormon, going to the temple, and trying my best to serve others, I feel peace and comfort that no worldly item can bring me. My family is one of the most important things to me on this earth and I know that because my parents were married and sealed in the temple, we are all able to be together forever after this life. I know that I don't have to go through trials and make hard decision on my own because my Heavenly Father is always there for me when I turn to him for help. I know that He has a plan for me and as long as I am living worthily, I will be blessed abundantly. The spirit of God is my constant companion because I have been baptized and have promised to keep the commandments. I don't know what I would do without the spirits abiding guidance and counseling wisdom each day. I know that this church is true and I cannot deny the spirit that I have felt nor the confirming feelings I receive when I ask God if it is true.

How I live my faith

How I live my faith is through Christlike actions each day. I try my best to live as he did with being diligent, humble, patient, faithful, charitable, happy, positive, serving others, and many more attributes. But more specifically I am soon to leave on an LDS Mission to the Dominican Republic where I will share the Gospel with the Dominican people and serve the Lord for the next year and a half.