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Hi I'm Elizabeth

I grew up in Utah. I love music. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I love music. I play the piano, the viola, and I sing. I also like to draw and do crafts. My favorite to draw are flowers and temples. My goal for my future is to become an elementary school teacher. I love working with children of any age.

Why I am a Mormon

I have always been a Mormon, I was born and raised that way. I have always known it is true. But I still gained a testimony of what I know is true. The Book of Mormon is true, is testifies about Jesus Christ. The Book of Mormon was translated by Joseph Smith who is a true prophet of God. He showed us faith by asking Heavenly Father which church is true, and through that moment we now have the true church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The church is now lead by President Thomas S. Monson, which is the true prophet today. I know that this church is true. I know that the Savior, Jesus Christ, Atoned for all of our sins, and I know that through Him we can be forgiven. My testimony means so much to me. It is constantly growing. I know that with my testimony I will be guided and directed through the holy ghost. I am a Mormon, I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

How I live my faith

In my ward I am currently the sunbeam teacher, sunbeams are the four and five year olds. I love this calling because I have to make things simple. I love seeing how the four and five year olds understand some concepts. Some concepts are like saying sorry, be kind to animals. I also was in young women's and I love being with them and doing activities with them. Sometimes its going to the temple, and others is like a game night. But I love how we always bring it back to the Savior. Recently I have started to visit teach, which is where I go and talk with other women in the ward and take a lesson for them to hear and relate to. I love talking with the other women and getting to know them in my ward.