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Hi I'm Christina

I'm from and live in Utah. I'm a musician. I love music. I'm the cellist/producer of Teen Piano Guys. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

First of all, I am a teenager who is like all the other teenagers in the world searching for truth and trying to know what is right. I am a musician coming from a musically talented family. My primary instrument is cello and I play the piano but mostly in Seminary. I am a huge fan of The Piano Guys and I am trying to be the future generation of them. I am the cellist, songwriter, and producer of Teen Piano Guys and I absolutely love starting out on this musical journey. Some of my life I have almost fallen away from the church but someone, mainly my aunt, parents, or The Piano Guys, have lifted me out. I am so grateful to all of them, to the church, and to my seminary teacher who have helped me a lot.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because this is the true gospel and I have a strong testimony of it. Heavenly Father has testified of the truth of many things through music, my actions, and others. I am helping my non-member friend come to know this church and she is so interested. She has done a lot of research and understands a lot of the things quickly. Whenever I ask myself the question, "Why am I a Mormon?" I am reminded of her and how she is believing it. I really love this gospel and our prophets. Conference answers a whole bunch of my questions and I get so much out of it. The live Face-to-Face events are also amazing and answer a lot of the questions I have. I don't know what I would be if I wasn't a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by reading the scriptures every night, saying my prayers all throughout the day, and keeping my standards. A lot of people ask me if it is hard to keep my standards when some of them are not popular. I always tell them, "First of all, I seriously don't care if I am considered popular in the school. I don't care about others opinions except my own. Really, it is not hard to keep my standards because I decided what they were before I got into Junior High." Modesty is a huge issue everywhere and at my school. I feel really uncomfortable when other girls where immodest clothing and I have noticed that some of my friends that are boys are also super uncomfortable. Whenever I come they always look relieved because I do not wear immodest clothing. I also am very modest with my language. I have a couple of friends who swear and it bugs me so I try to not hang around them as much but I am not mean or anything like that about it. If you were to get anything out of this lengthy paragraph, I would want you to know that setting your standards before situations is way easier than during or after.