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Hi I'm Heather

I love making memories with family and friends, beings outdoors, doing humanitarian work, learning new things, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born and raised in Utah, I'm a college student, I love learning and improving myself, I love Humanitarian work and serving others, I love enjoying the beauty of nature and being outdoors, Photography, writing, music, and sports are among my hobbies, I love making memories and having fun with my Family and my Friends, I've grown up in the church and am preparing to serve a full-time mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church, but as I have grown older I have come to know for myself, without a doubt, that the church is true. It has brought me more happiness that I can adequately describe in words. I know that the gospel was restored on the Earth in it's fulness by God through His prophet, Joseph Smith. I love the Book of Mormon, and the spirit has witnessed to me of it's truthfulness. I know that I have a Father in Heaven who loves me so much and has big plans for me. I know that my Savior Jesus Christ atoned for all my sins, sorrows, pains, discouragements, and weaknesses. He is my Best Friend. Through Him I can become the woman I was sent here to become. I know that if I am faithful, one day I will return to live with my Heavenly Father, my Savior, and my loved ones forever in a state of never-ending happiness.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by striving each day to become closer to my Savior. Every day, I talk to my Heavenly Father in prayer, I study the scriptures, I serve others. I reach out in friendship to those around me. I try my very best to be a good example, so that others will want to come unto Christ by seeing the way I live. I am preparing now to serve a full-time mission so I can share this gospel that brings me so much happiness with others.