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Hi I'm Victoria Ruth

I grew up in Utah. I love my family. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Well, I have red hair and blue eyes. I am the middle of 5 children. My family members are probably my favorite people when we aren't driving each other crazy. I love to sing and hum and whistle. I like cooking and baking when it's for fun. I love to read, all sorts of books. I love to hike and I live right by the mountains so that's great for me. I love nature and animals especially my dog. I am happy when I can make others happy. I am a bit of a procrastinator but i do get the job done eventually. That's all for now. Over and out.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know the LDS Church is Jesus Christ's church. And I want to be able to receive all the blessings that my Father in Heaven has to offer me. I was raised as a member if this church and when I matured enough to understand the Book of Mormon, I read it and prayed about it and received an answer for myself that it is true and that Joseph Smith was a prophet of God and that he restored Heavenly Father's true church to the Earth. I know that President Thomas S. Monson is a Prophet of God and that all of the church leaders are called by God. I know that my brother , Jesus Christ suffered for my sins and everyone's sins so that we can live in Heaven with our Father again. He died for me and I love him. I know that families can be together throughout all eternity through Heavenly Father's plan. I know that this church is the only true church and that it is right and good and true.

How I live my faith

Well I go to church and institute. I read my scriptures and say my prayers. I love to serve others. I like to do family history. I just try to be my best whenever I can.

What is being a Mormon like?

Victoria Ruth
Being a Mormon is Fantastic! You have so much security in knowing where you came from and where you are heading. The church is the same everywhere, the doctrines and teachings don't change form place to place. Whatever ward or branch you are in, there are always people to help you and support you. It helps you become more confident with yourself . Show more Show less