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Hi I'm Chelsea Youngberg

I grew up in Utah. I play multiple sports. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am an athletic girl who is very competitive. I play many sports such as: Softball, Basketball and Volleyball. I love them all and the lessons you learn as well as the competitiveness. I am a part-time college student studying Health Medicine. I want to be a Physical Therapist for Children. I currently work at a Physical Therapy office and I absolutely love it!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I couldn't get through life without the guidance from my Heavenly Father. The love and comfort you get knowing you will see your loved ones who have passed again. Knowing I am not supposed to be perfect I am supposed to make mistakes, but learn from them. Knowing that he is always there when I feel alone or weak. This gospel means the world to me. What I love most is one of the biggest focuses is family. My family means the world to me. I had a nephew born at 29 weeks due to a car wreck. Now, my sister a few days prior had a blessing for this pregnancy because she was worried. The day after this blessing she was in the car wreck and delivered this tiny 2 lbs baby. We then learned he had a heart condition that wouldn't have been checked for if he were full term and would've lost his life the first night home. Him being early was a blessing. To this day that little guy faces many trials and bumps, but I know with us keeping Christ as our center focus we will be blessed, as well as my Nephew. It will be hard, but it will be how the Lord best sees fit.

How I live my faith

I am preparing to serve a LDS mission for 18 months. I love to work with kids, so when I get the chance I love to talk about the gospel and Jesus with them. They have such a sweet spirit and are so eager and enthused to learn the gospel. I learn almost more from them than they do me.