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Hi I'm Kila Lampert

I'm a soccer player, I'm a student at BYU, I love meeting new people and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love all sorts of sports I really enjoy Marvel and Star Wars I am currently studying at BYU-Provo I play soccer I am currently majoring in Public Health I play the flute And I will be serving a Mission in Korea

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the church so I grew up knowing that God loved me and Jesus Christ died for us. I know that God has a plan for each of us and it helps me to go through hardships with a positive outlook. I know that Heavenly Father is always watching us and caring for us and that He knows that we are strong and can handle the challenges He gives us. I have a testimony of the power of prayer and that if we are ever in need of comfort or guidance that we may pray to our Heavenly Father and that He will answer them. We are all children of a kind, loving Heavenly Father who sent his Son Jesus Christ to atone for our sins. He sent His son so that we may have the opportunity to become like Him and return to live with Him once more, if we live righteously. It is also so amazing to know that I will be able to live with my family once more. They are the most important people in my life, so to understand that we can live together once more is true happiness. This gospel brings so much love, joy, happiness, peace, comfort, and truth. And that is why I am a Mormon

How I live my faith

I love to serve people around me. I think that is one of the best ways to live my faith. I am a family history worker, so I have the opportunity to learn about others who have died before me. I have worked with primary children, teaching lessons every so often. I have also been called to serve in the Korea Seoul mission where I will have the amazing opportunity to teach the gospel for 18 months