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Hi I'm Terilyn Humphrey

I'm a nationally ranked Power Tumbler. Former Gymnast. I am a Coach. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am an adventurous athlete, always looking for another challenge. I've been a gymnast/power tumbler for 16 years now. I've competed at 4 National Championships, placing 4th in the nation at two of them. I now coach recreational and competitive tumbling. I love children. I play the flute. I just earned my Associate's Degree. I plan on graduating with a double major: athletic training and athletic therapy. I will be serving in the Maryland Baltimore Mission in 2015 and couldn't be more excited!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the LDS church. My parents have always been wonderful examples to me, but I was always given the option to go to church. I learned at a very young age how important this gospel is and I have been able to continually strive to live it by serving others, attending all of my meetings, and just trying to be a better person. Through many trials and difficulties that have occurred throughout my life, I've come to find that true happiness is only found through the gospel of Jesus Christ. There were many times in my life that I just wanted to give up, but I found strength in my Lord, and He helped me through it all. He continually answers my prayers and He's always watching over me. His plan is most definitely better than anything I could ever imagine. I guess to answer the question, I am a Mormon because The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is true; I can not deny it. It gives me hope and eternal happiness. It makes me stronger.

How I live my faith

I strive to live the gospel each day by staying honest, positive, and selfless. By being an example of the gospel, I live my faith. I am currently called as the Relief Society* Secretary in my home ward and I strive to complete my visiting teaching every month. I'm very involved with the youth in my ward and in the tumbling gym I coach in. *The Relief Society is the oldest and largest women's organization in the world. Relief Society was established in 1842 for women 18 years of age and older. Its purpose is to build faith and personal righteousness, strengthen families and homes, and help those in need. -Mormon.org