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Hi I'm Sisley

I was born and raised in Utah. I love playing sports and traveling. I love to giggle. I have a wonderful family and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am 19 years old and the oldest of four kids in my family! I love spending time with those I love! I have had many opportunities to visit beautiful places all over the world and go on many great adventures. I am a huge giggler and love to see others smile and laugh as well! I love singing loud in the car and would rather go four-wheeling or camping than go shopping! I love to play sports and have played softball, soccer and volleyball since I was little! I just recently finished a year of college and now look forward to serving a mission in the California, Sacramento Mission, Spanish speaking. I don't know much spanish but can't wait to learn the language! I was recently diagnosed as a Type 1 Diabetic but have learned a lot about health and how to take care of my body. I love my life and this gospel with all my heart and can't wait to share it with the wonderful people of California!

Why I am a Mormon

I love being a Mormon. I love this gospel and the happiness it brings into my life each and every day. I love my Heavenly Father and know without a doubt that He hears and answer my prayers. I know that as I've learned to trust and have faith in the Lord and Jesus Christ, I have become a better person in all aspects of my life. I cannot wait to share these truths for 18 months with Heavenly Father's children in California. This gospel makes me happy and I couldn't ask for anything more!

How I live my faith

I have been a member of the church my whole life and have had many experiences to live and practice my faith. I have served in callings in the church that have helped me to strengthen my testimony and grow in this wonderful gospel. I was called to be a youth leader for our Stake Pioneer Trek and was in charge of all the food for over 600 people. It was a big challenge but I learned a lot about myself, the Lord, and the great members of our church that are all striving to learn and grow just as I am. In college, I also had the opportunity to be the Ward Greeter and welcome the members of our ward to Sacrament meeting each week at church. These callings were important for me in my life because they allowed me to lead, guide and serve those around me as I work on coming closer to our Lord and Savior.