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Hi I'm Emme Clark

I am from Bountiful Utah. I just recently graduated from BYU-Hawaii with my Associates degree. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I just graduated from BYU-Hawaii with my associates degree. I love to play the violin and debate. I want to go into the medical field, but what I want to do keeps changing. I have four siblings and they are all different, but the same, if that makes sense. I really love boating and can do pretty much anything behind a boat (with varying degrees of success). I also love to snowboard. I don't have a favorite resort just any where that has snow. I can skii and will do it sometimes but it is not my favorite. Reading is one thing that I could do all day everyday without rest. I will read anything but I really like fantasy and adventure books.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church and my whole family is a part of this church. For a while I attended because it was what was expected of me. But as I grew older I realized that I felt good when I went to church. I started to grow on that and built my testimony slowly. I belived in God and with study and praying I develeoped a testimony of Joseph Smith and his role as prohet. With faithful study and prayer I have built my testimony to what it is now. I am serving a full time mission in Chile Concepción so I can share my beliefs with the people there. I know that this church is true and I am so grateful for the role it has played in my life and I want to share that happiness with other people. I am grateful for the savior and his role in saving me and my family, and for the eternal love of my Heavenly Father no matter what mistakes I make.

How I live my faith

I was a part of a group of girls that organized and helped a group of women with in our ward. I was called to this position when I was away at school so I mostly helped college aged women. I loved this calling and the opporunity it gave me to get to know the girls better and to help in any way that I could. I was also a visiting teacher where I would go to two girls rooms and share a message of Christ and check to see if they were okay or if they needed help in any way. Just like my other calling I was able to get to know the girls on a really personal level and being at BYU-Hawaii I was able to meet so many girls of different cultures and backgrounds. This was so incredibel to me because we were all so different but we believed the same thing.