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Hi I'm Sarah

I'm a future engineer.I want to make a difference. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to sing and read. I love the thrill of a good book, and I can read for hours on end. I am studying Chemical Engineering, and want to go into the medical field. I love learning, and asking questions. I'm not always the most outspoken person in the room, but when I feel strongly about something I want to be heard. I want to help people and make other's lives better in anyway I can. I love birthdays and the joy of seeing people receive gifts. I love making people happy.

Why I am a Mormon

Even though I was born into the church, I still had to be truly converted to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and make it part of who I am. I am a Mormon because it gives me hope for the future and a knowledge that God loves me, and wants to be happy, and that I can be, if I follow His plan. I love my family more than I can express and I know that my family can be forever though the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I know it, I live it, I love it.

How I live my faith

Everyday is an opportunity to live my faith. From my personal prayers and scripture study, to my outward actions that everyone can see, I live my life guided by faith. Every week I try to improve one aspect of my life so that I am not only a better and happier individual, but an example in my community. Faith does not have to be a great production or performance, it can be the growing light within that shines in your eyes.

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

Sarah
Being a Mormon woman is awesome! I don't know of any other way to describe it. People sometimes think that men and women are not equal, but that's not true. Equality does not equal sameness. We believe that men and women have different roles, but that does not mean that one is better than the other. As women, we have the divine gift of being able to carry and have children, men don't have this ability, but that doesn't make them any better or any worse than us, just different. That is the same in so many aspects. Men and women must work together in this life, we are designed to be together. Being a Mormon and being a woman is not something to be ashamed of or regret, it is something to rejoice in! Show more Show less