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Hi I'm Madison

I'm a twin. I love music, science, and nature. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently a college student studying chemical engineering. I really love learning about the world around me, which is why I love science so much! I also love traveling the world, experiencing different cultures, and learning new languages. I've traveled all around the United States, and even to a few countries in Central America. Someday, I hope to travel to each continent. I really enjoy spending time with my family, especially my twin sister.

Why I am a Mormon

Although, I've grown up a Mormon, I have made my own choice to continue my life in this church because I have seen it bless my life in so many ways. It's helped me learn to be a much better person than I could ever be on my own. It has helped me to gain a personal relationship with my Savior and it has brought me joy and hope for the future. The gospel has helped me learn to rely on God. It has taught me how to pray, and to receive personal guidance, comfort, and peace from God through all the crazy times that life brings. I've also seen that living as a Mormon has guided me to make choices that help me to grow and learn. I am so thankful to have the hope and happiness that being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints brings.

How I live my faith

Currently, I am serving as the music conductor for the women's organization, so each Sunday I get to direct the music during our meeting. I enjoy it a lot! Right now, I am also preparing to serve as a missionary for the church. I will be putting my schooling, work, and other matters aside to go and teach people all about the great news of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. I have been assigned to go to Brazil to do this and I am very excited to learn Portuguese and serve the people there for 18 months.