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Hi I'm Kaiya Moffitt

I'm a pancake eater, a dog snuggler, I laugh a lot...and I'm a Mormon!

About Me

First off, I love life so much! Laughing and feebly attempting to make others laugh are some of my favorite activities. I'm a firm believer that God loves us and wants us to be happy. When I finally got that fact into my head, my life changed. There is so much in life to be excited about! It's so ridiculous to waste your life being stressed out and unhappy all the time. For me, happiness is snuggling dogs and speaking with poorly executed accents and playing volleyball and laughing all the time and eating lots of pancakes and being with people I love. Right now, I'm a Spanish-speaking missionary in the Texas Fort Worth mission and no joke, this is the best time of my life. 10/10 would recommend.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because it makes me happy! Being a member of this church gives me a sense of direction and a purpose in life. I know what I want to become and I know where I want to go! I believe in Christ and I try to follow Christ and I've come to know for myself that this church is Christ's church. Pretty cool to think about. We can become better people every single day and leave our pasts behind us, and that's something that fills me with hope. I love my family more than anything and I know the reason we are all so close is because of the teachings of Jesus Christ that are found in this church.

How I live my faith

I try my best to live my faith by being an example of what the gospel of Jesus Christ teaches. I always want to make people feel loved and accepted, and I think that's a big part of being Mormon! I try to share with others the happiness that the gospel has brought me, because the first thing you want to do when you find something you love is to share it with people! I try to actually live what I believe, rather than just having it be something I do once a week on Sundays.