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Hi I'm Sabrina

I'm a lover of music and chocolate. I like softball. I'm a big sister. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up close to family, being the oldest of four kids. I found a deserted puppy in the road four years ago, and she has been my best friend ever since. I enjoy playing softball and spending time in the great outdoors. I love the big city, but I also adore the beautiful mountains. I am fond of photography and design. I am dedicated to my schooling and music drives my life. I have been singing for as long as I can remember. I have been involved in many amazing choirs, as well as private voice lessons. I play the piano and the ukulele. I believe music has the power to soften hearts and convey messages and emotions that spoken words are simply incapable of. Uplifting music invites the Spirit and can completely change someone's life. It provides peace in times of trouble and hope in times of disappointment. Music has changed me.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because this gospel is what brings me peace and hope in such a trying and anxious world. I am far from perfect, but I am able to be forgiven for my faults. My mind becomes clear when I think about the gospel and about Jesus Christ. I know Christ loves us. He suffered and died for me. He was resurrected and He lives. He did all of this because He wants us to live with Him again. I am a Mormon because I feel my Savior's love.

How I live my faith

As music is one of my solaces, so is my Savior, Jesus Christ. I am able to serve Him as I am a Family History Consultant. I am able to work on my genealogy, as well as educate youth on their family's histories and how to use the program, FamilySearch. It is an incredible system that can help connect families together forever. When I can see the sacrifices my ancestors have made for me, it is easier for me to follow Christ and pave the way for my posterity. Family means everything to me and I am grateful that we have the opportunity to live with them forever and ever. Attending church is also how I live my faith. I am spiritually strengthened there as I dedicate a day unto the Lord. I am able to learn more about and discuss the gospel.