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Hi I'm Savannah

I am a born and raised Montana girl. I was class president for nine years before studying political science at BYU. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Being from Montana, I love being outdoors; hiking, camping, skiing, wakeboarding, anything that gets me closer to God through nature. I attend BYU Provo and study political science. While at BYU, I became an event coordinator for three different organizations, which helped me fall into my calling for life. I love my family and my dog, an Alaskan Malamute named Koda. I love to travel. My favorite places I've been include Ireland, France, and Hawaii. I want to continue to travel for the rest of my life, but Montana will always be the perfect place to call home.

Why I am a Mormon

As a child, the Church had a significant presence in my life. My mother is a member, but my father is a supportive non-member of the Church. This meant that it was completely my choice in deciding whether or not I wanted to keep the Church a significant part of my life. Through recognizing that God truly loves me and wants me to be happy, I know that being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the best possible decision I make every day. I continually increase my testimony through prayer, fasting, and reading the scriptures each day. The Gospel and the Atonement of Jesus Christ has saved my life and given it true meaning, which is why I dedicate my life to sharing it with others.

How I live my faith

My current calling is serving as a full-time missionary for the Church. This means that I have sacrificed a year and a half from my family, friends, and school to completely focus on serving the Lord. I have been called to serve in the Sweden, Stockholm mission, so I will spend 18 months serving and teaching the Swedish people to the best of my ability.