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Hi I'm Kathryn

I'm a musician. I'm a horse girl. I'm a follower of Christ. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've been a member of the church my whole life. I love reading, especially historical fiction. I love animals, especially horses. I have a dream someday to start a horse rescue and have disabled and troubled kids come and work with horses. I was raised in a musical household and have held onto that love of music. I play the piano and guitar and love to sing. And I almost always have music playing in the background. I have three brothers and no sisters. I was going to school at BYU-Idaho but took a break from school to serve a mission in North Carolina.

Why I am a Mormon

Up until a year or two ago, my answer would've been: because that's what my parents expected of me. I come from a family of all members. My parents were sealed in the temple and my dad served a mission. So when I turned 8 and reached the age to be baptized, it was just assumed that of course I wanted to join the church. But it wasn't until recently that I realized exactly why I'm a Mormon. It's not just about being baptized. It's about the way you live your life. I make choices every day that make me a Mormon. And it's not because anyone forced me to. I do it because I like having standards. I like the truths of the gospel and I like having a personal relationship with my Heavenly Father. That's why I decided to serve a mission. I wanted to share this feeling I have with everyone else and give them a chance to know what it's like. There comes a point in your life where everyone will eventually let you down or hurt you or disappoint you even if it's unintentional. But there is one person I can always rely on: Heavenly Father. I know He loves me and His love gets me through everything that has happened and will happen in my life. I couldn't do it without Him.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by attending church every week and trying every day to become more like Christ. Whenever I'm assigned callings, I always put in my best effort. I try to be friendly to everyone I see at church, both visitors and regular members. And I try to get to know them better so that I can start to love them and see ways in which I can serve them. Usually the service I and others do are little things, but they can still boost someone up and make their day. I do this because I've seen what a difference it's made in my life and how it's taught me about my relationship with the Savior. Living my faith isn't about big shows or gestures, to me, it's about looking for little ways that I can be God's hands.