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Hi I'm Sarah

I am from Tennessee. I have a passion for playing lacrosse. I absolutely LOVE all things chocolate. I'm a mormon.

About Me

I was born in Kansas, but my family moves around every three years, so I currently live in Tennessee! I grew up cheerleading and playing lacrosse in high school. I am at Utah State University and I am studying Nursing. I love hiking and going on adventures. I most enjoy spending my time with my friends and family and making fun memories.

Why I am a Mormon

I am mormon because it is my greatest source of happiness and joy. I was raised as a mormon, but I have truly come to know for myself that this is God's true church. It gives my life direction and purpose. Everyone in this church is like a big family, we are all looking out for one another and trying to help each other return back to a loving Heavenly father. I know that the church is true. How do I know this? I know this because it was confirmed to me through the Holy Spirit. It testified to my soul that the Book of Mormon is true, and that we have a living Prophet today. God is watching over us, trying to help us reach our full potential. He wants us to return to live with him someday, which is why he provided us with loving families to watch out for one another. I know that living this gospel is the way to return back to my loving father in Heaven, and I say this in the name of Jesus Christ, amen.

How I live my faith

I am president of the woman's organization in my ward. I love finding opportunities to serve the amazing young women in this church and learning more about how they have grown in their faith. I attend institute twice a week, which is similar to a college class. We learn more about the Savior and His plan for all of us. I enjoy visiting with the girls in my ward and making friends through different avenues provided in the church.