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Hi I'm Justina

I am a sister missionary serving in West Virginia. I am a Utah State Aggie. And I am a Mormon.

About Me

I have a love for meeting people and for adventure. I am half way through my communications undergraduate degree at Utah State University. I love leadership and student government. I am a sister to three and a foster care sister to 14. I love to smile, play sports (volleyball especially), jump rope, organize service projects and events, play games with my family/friends, and to be outside. Chocolate is my go to food and my favorite color is blue.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because it is the knowledge I find to be most true in my life. The Gospel has blessed my life in more ways than I could tell you in this small box, but I testify that it is true. Because I a member of this church I can find true joy and lasting peace in this chaotic world and that is why I continue to be a member of this church each day I wake up. Through prayer and the spirit I have a relationship with my Heavenly Father that is strong and this relationship helps me to have courage through all things, be kind to those I meet, and to have love for so much more than I could on my own. I know that this gospel fully teaches us who Christ is and what his purpose is and that through him we can be saved. I AM A MORMON because this gospel makes me feel FULL, ALIVE, LOVE, COMFORT and so much more.

How I live my faith

Currently I am serving a full time mission in West Virginia. While I am at school I enjoy participating in the LDS churches organization for young single adults also known as a YSA ward. Through this ward I attend a three hour church each Sunday, participate in specific work that I have been asked to do, such as teaching a class or helping prepare activities, and attend activities put on throughout the week. I also attend the LDS churches religious study called Institute where I am enrolled in classes that help me better understand my faith and how to live it correctly.