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Hi I'm Caroline

I'm a student, sister, skier, and I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I grew up in Virginia and I’m currently serving a mission in Arizona. I love to explore the great outdoors by skiing, hiking, swimming, and biking. I am the third of four children and I love my family (and my cute dog)!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because living the Gospel of Jesus Christ brings joy and peace into my life. After reading the Book of Mormon, I felt the Spirit of God testify to me of it’s truthfulness. I see the goodness of the Gospel every day in the lives of my family and friends. I have seen the effects of repenting and coming unto Christ through the Atonement, and I have been blessed because of it.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by trying to follow Jesus Christ in all I do. The more I learn about Christ by studying His teachings, reading of Him in the Bible and the Book of Mormon, praying to the Father in His name, the more I want to be like Him. I try to be a light in other people’s lives, serve the community, and diligently follow the commandments of God. I have chosen to serve an 18-month mission to spread the Gospel and serve God’s children.

How can we increase our faith in Jesus Christ?

You can increase your faith in Jesus Christ by reading the Book of Mormon, praying to know if it is true, and living its teachings. Faith grows when you nurture it; reading and praying, attending church services, and following Christ. Faith can be strengthened by taking a “leap of faith” and trusting Christ more than you trust yourself. Show more Show less

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Family is so important because we believe that we will live with our families after death and throughout eternity. The relationships we have with our family here will continue to grow after this life. As modern day prophets have taught in The Family: A Proclamation to the World, the family is central to God’s plan of happiness and is the fundamental unit of society. Show more Show less