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Hi I'm Kelsey

I'm a writer. I'm a singer. I'm a ginger. I'm a missionary. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love music of all kinds. I have been playing the violin since 5th grade, and I have loved it every step of the way. I am currently a college student. I had a brother die when I was 8 years old and had 2 siblings get married the same year. My family has gone through a lot, but it only brought me closer to God and His church. I am planning on serving a mission next year, and am excited to see where I will be going.

Why I am a Mormon

I have not always been the best member of the church. But, I have always loved this gospel. It has helped me so many times in my life, and I know that it will continue to do so. I had a seminary teacher that told me as long as I do the little things, they end up building up into bigger things in the end. I took that to heart. I started small, like just reading the scriptures and studying preach my gospel, and it has made me desire to keep learning about the His gospel and to even go and teach it to others on a mission. I want people to feel the same happiness that I have in my life. There are people out there just waiting to hear the gospel and I want to be apart of that. I want to see peoples eyes light up when they hear about the gospel and when they get baptized. I love this gospel with all my heart. I believe that Joseph Smith restored it, and that Christ died so that we could return to live with Him one day. I will always stand up for what I believe in no matter what. I am a Mormon. I know it, I live it, I love it!

How I live my faith

I don't have a calling in my singles ward. But I do participate in almost all the service projects that they do. Just because I don't have a calling does not mean that I can't be involved in what is going on. I try to teach my friends that are not members when they ask me questions or when they are going through a really hard time.