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Hi I'm Sarah

I was adopted from China when I was a baby. I grew up in Utah. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I received my Associates degree from Brigham Young University Hawaii. I love being outdoors, in the mountains, and the ocean, along with the activities that come with that: hiking, volleyball, camping, etc. I spend all my time with the people I love; my family and friends. I have been called to serve in the England London Mission and am excited to serve and share the Gospel!

Why I am a Mormon

When I was adopted as a baby from China, I was fortunate enough to be brought into a home with the Gospel. I have grown up with strong Gospel influences in my life from people I love and look up to. Their testimonies and faith in the Gospel have helped influence, shape, and strengthen my own. I have chosen to be a member of His church and continue to follow His gospel because I know it is the true church. I love being a Mormon; a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I have had a happiness that I know I would not have been able to have had I been adopted by another family, or not at all. I can't even begin to count the many blessings I've received, as there are too many to count. I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I love living my faith! There are so many opportunities from service to fulfilling my callings. My favorite by far is service because "When you are in the service of your fellow beings, you are in the service of your God". I love that the service you do doesn't have to be advertised, if you can just lighten someone's burden, even unknowingly, you have lived your faith because it is what the Savior would do. I had the opportunity to serve the Special Needs community in my area as one of my callings in the Church. To be able to serve the happiest, most positive people, in spite of the fact that they were completely dependent on others was one of the most humbling experiences.