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Hi I'm Andelyn Poulton

I'm a Harry Potter fanatic, a food appreciator and a candid character. I am a MORMON!!!

About Me

I honestly don't want to do this. I don't like opening up and I don't like talking about myself. So I will keep this short and sweet. I enjoy school, it's one of the few places where I feel completely on top of the world. I love expanding my knowledge and forming my own personal opinions. One of my passions is the environment. I love learning about this beautiful earth that was given to us by a perfect Creator. I feel that it is my duty to do what I can to protect its beauty. So... recycle, people!!!

Why I am a Mormon

I have the true fullness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, therefore I know my purpose in this life. I am a Mormon because before joining the church, I knew OF God, but after joining I KNEW God. I feel His presence in every aspect of my life and I feel His love. I Know my Savior and love Him deeply. Despite the fact that, as a Mormon, I know I must walk a strait and narrow path, I am a Mormon because I know that I will never have to walk that path alone. True happiness is found in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

How I live my faith

There really isn't much to say when I am asked about how I discovered the church except that I had a friend who was Mormon who was an excellent example. As far as a testimony and true conversion to the church, that did not happen until after I had fallen away after walking a very dark and lonely path away from the church. I am a firm believer that a great distance can be travelled by taking small steps. Small steps led me back to the church. I KNOW that with any amount willingness, no matter how great or small, God delights in aiding his children back to Him. There is no amount of sin that can keep His love from lifting us out of life's darkest moments. All one needs is a little faith.