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Hi I'm Sicily Wilcock

I'm from Mesa, Arizona! I am the oldest of three kids, and I have some rockin' parents. I'm excited about life, and I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I'm from the beautiful Arizona desert, and I love it there! In high school I played basketball and volleyball, and the piano. I was a piano teacher for over 4 years and I hope I get the chance to do it again one day! I attended community college for two years and then transferred to Brigham Young University Idaho when I was 18. Best place ever! I have a year left until I graduate in political science/pre-law, but I have decided to put my education on hold and serve as a full-time missionary for my church. I have been assigned to serve in the North Carolina Raleigh mission for 18 months and couldn't be more excited. My family means the world to me, and I love cheering them on! I am a huge fan of smiling, sports, food, sleep, sun, learning, joking, and traveling. Dreaming big and having faith in the Lord are what keep me going.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up being influenced by my parents and church leaders and have always been an active member of the LDS church. As I grew up and began learning about other religions I wondered if there were any others that may be true, and I wanted to learn more. I visited various churches, and found that while all the churches I visited were beautiful and full of spirit, there was always something missing. I know for myself that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the same church Jesus Christ set up that has been restored to the earth. I have a testimony of our Prophets and Apostles that lead us today. I know that Jesus Christ suffered for my sins so that I have the opportunity to return to live with Him again. I know that families are essential to our salvation and happiness and we should treasure those relationships. I am so grateful to be a part of this wonderful gospel!

How I live my faith

I live my faith by serving in various callings in my church. I have served in different capacities since age 12, whether it be planning activities for my youth group, visiting youth who may be struggling, playing the piano in meetings every Sunday, or being a service coordinator and putting together service projects for the community to participate in. I now have the opportunity to serve my church full-time as I volunteer 18 months of my life to do the Lords work! I have grown to love this service as I have watched my parents serve and sacrifice their time for others. The blessings that come from this service and sacrifice are immeasurable.