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Hi I'm Kassi

I grew up in Albion, Idaho. I am serving my mission in Charleston, West Virginia. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up on a small family ranch, I enjoy being around all animals especially stock animals. I enjoy playing volleyball. Some of my hobbies include scrap booking, photography, and showing livestock. I enjoy being outside and being with family and friends. I am currently attending a four-year college university and am loving every single minute of it!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I was born into a family that raised me in the church. I continue to follow the church because I know it to be true, I have had the spirit manifest the truth unto me numerous times in my life. The gospel provides comfort in my life and peace in times of turmoil. I often turn to my scriptures and kneel in prayer when I am looking for answers and comfort. In the April General Conference of 2016 President Thomas S. Monson talked about making the right decisions. He said, "Always choose the harder right than the easier wrong." My testimony has been strengthened as I have listened to the talks that were given at general conference by modern day prophets and apostles. I know that the Lord has a plan for me and as I turn to Him in times of need I can always find comfort in the gospel.

How I live my faith

I can honestly say I love being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I live my faith by always keeping Christ in my heart and mind and looking at others the way Christ sees them. I have been called to the Charleston, West Virginia mission as a missionary for the church. I am excited to go and teach the gospel and to stand as a witness of God and to bear testimony of him. I have made a goal to finish reading the Book of Mormon by the time I leave for my mission in June. I have gained a greater knowledge of my faith and have a stronger testimony of where I come from and why I am here.