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Hi I'm Erica

I grew up in Utah, and i love to go backpacking and play in the outdoors. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I live in Utah I just completed a semester of College. I am now off to embark on a new adventure by serving an LDS mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I am thrilled to be apart of this gospel that is growing day by day. I love camping and back packing! I love the way this gospel makes me so happy and gives me something to look forward to each and everyday!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I love the way it makes me feel. I feel like I am making a difference in not only my life , but in the lives of others around me. Everyday that I live the principles of this gospel I am preparing for my life today,and my life to come. I will be a mother some day and I want to live in righteousness each day so that I can to provide my children's life with the spirit. I know that if my future children can feel the spirit in me which will be in our home then one day if they choose they can be a Mormon just like their parents.

How I live my faith

In my ward I am a primary teacher. I teach all ages; I am what you would call a certified primary sub. I go into the primary room each Sunday available for to be a teacher for whoever needs help that day. I really enjoy my calling because it allows me to truly teach from the spirit. I do not know the lesson before hand, but I know that if I am reading my scriptures daily I will be filled with the spirit that will allow me to pull knowledge from my studies that week that will be beneficial for the kids that I am called to teach.

What is faith?

Faith to me is Action. To have faith in something is to show and to be an example of what you have faith in. Because I have faith in Jesus Christ I read The Book of Mormon each day to feel of his love. Show more Show less