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Hi I'm Allie

I am a college student. I love Korean Dramas. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am 20 years old, and a college student, studying Graphic Design. I love singing and probably annoy people in public who have to hear me. I draw goofy comics with my little sisters for fun every week.

Why I am a Mormon

I know that this Gospel is true. I know that Heavenly Father is watching over us, He sent His son, Christ, to Atone for our sins. I am so grateful to have an older brother such as Christ, He will always be there to help anyone who is in pain, afraid and lost. No matter what I go through, I will always have Christ. He has experienced all our anguish, willingly, so that we could have a chance to come back and live with Him after this life. I have Clinical Depression, and because of that, I am so grateful to know Christ understands what I have been through personally. I will never be able to repay what he has done for me, but I can do my best, by noticing those around me, and their needs. I know that our Savior, Jesus Christ lives. Heavenly Father knows our flaws and our strengths, and I know He loves us.

How I live my faith

I have been a youth leader and women's group secretary. I have taught the 4-5 year old's class at church. Currently, I am preparing to become a missionary.

What is a “testimony” that Mormons speak of?

A testimony is kind of an announcement of sorts, of what you know is true. In church, on the first sunday of the month, people chose to share their testimonies at church. It is sometimes scary to speak in front of others, but I've never regretted telling my testimony. Sharing it strengthens my faith and I hope the faith of some others as well. Show more Show less