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Hi I'm Natalie Sellers

I'm from a family of 10, I attend BYU-Idaho, I am a missionary, and I AM A MORMON!

About Me

I am the 8th of 10 kids in my family. I have done 1 year of school at BYU-Idaho. I am currently planning on studying speech pathology with a possible minor in linguistics. I love being outdoors, reading anything and everything, playing with my niece and nephews, and fulfilling my church callings. I have worked as a nanny for a few Mormon families and have enjoyed learning how they raise their families in the gospel.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church. My family has lived the truths and principles of the gospel for decades. It has brought our family so much peace, joy, and love, especially as we draw closer to our Savior as a family. I have long desired to understand to a greater degree the fullness of the gospel. I have studied the scriptures diligently, sought answers through prayer, and striven to learn from teachers and leaders around me. I have come to know that the gospel of Christ is not only true, but it is for everyone. His love knows no bounds and has no limitations in this world. I know that Christ is my savior, that he lived, died, and rose again on the third day that I might have the opportunity to live with my Heavenly Father again. I know that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is God's true church on the earth today. I know that we are led by His prophet and servant President Thomas S. Monson and that he leads through the will and power of God. I know that Joseph Smith restored the gospel to the earth and that he worked through the Lord's power to do so. I know that the Atonement is real and is available for everyone. I know that it's healing powers are only limited by our own willingness to accept it and utilize it for ourselves. This is my testimony of Him and His gospel. In the name of Jesus Christ, amen.

How I live my faith

I was most recently attending my local young single adult ward at home and I loved every minute of it. I got to know and love so many different people. I feel that the church helped me to meet and understand those I would not normally find in my day-to-day life. I have worked as an instructor, music leader, and class leader for my various age groups and have loved each and every unique experience. I love the various service projects that come my way. It has been a privilege and a pleasure to serve alongside those in and outside of my faith. I have also appreciated the opportunity to help those in my community through various outreach programs.