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Hi I'm Gillian Rosier

I grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah. I am studying music in college and serving a mission in Chesapeake Virginia. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the oldest of five children, there are nearly 16 years between me and my little brother. After graduating from high school I went on a humanitarian trip to Kenya. I spent two weeks there and absolutely fell in love with the people and the country. Someday, I hope to learn to Swahili language. In the fall of 2016 I started studying at Snow College, I am a music major and I hope to become a music therapist. Music is so powerful and so beautiful. My three closest friends are all serving missions and I am so grateful for their wonderful influences. On March 24, 2017 I opened my mission call! I'll be serving in the Chesapeake Virginia Mission and I will report to the Provo MTC on July 12, 2017. I am so excited to serve a mission! I have a passion for traveling. Someday, I want to travel the world and see all the beautiful things that God created for us. There is so much to see and learn from all the corners of the world. Traveling can teach you wonderful things and give you priceless experiences.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that I have a loving Heavenly Father who wants the very best for me. I know that I am a daughter of Heavenly Father. I know that we have so much to look forward to after death. I know that we can all live with our Heavenly Father again because Christ performed the atonement for us. Through the Atonement we can be forgiven of our transgressions, therefore we can be clean and be in the presence of our Lord. I know that Joseph Smith saw Christ and Heavenly Father and that he was appointed to restore this church to the earth. Because of this event, we can enjoy the fullness of gospel and partake of all the blessings. One of my favorite things that keeps me going is the comfort of the Holy Ghost. The Holy Ghost is a constant reminder that I am loved and that through Christ I am strong enough to stand against the evils of the world. The Holy Ghost helps me know that I am good enough and he testifies of Jesus Christ. The Holy Ghost helps me feel comfort and peace. I strive to feel the Holy Ghost a little bit everyday.

How I live my faith

I grew up in the LDS church, throughout my youth I had various callings in my Young Women class presidencies. In high school I had a goal to go to the temple at least once a month. This usually happened around 5 am before going to school. I went to church every week, I've spent many hours working on Personal Progress, I did my best to serve others, I prepared music numbers for church, I participated in the youth program, and I learned how to Index among many other things. I've known for a long time that I wanted to serve a mission, so when I moved to college I had a goal of being really good at reading The Book of Mormon everyday. Which I did pretty good at. I also had a goal of writing in mu journal everyday. My roommate and I pray together before we go to bed every night, I attend Institute faithfully, and I do my best to fulfill my calling as a pianist.

Can a husband and wife be together forever? Do Mormons believe that families will live together in heaven?

Gillian Rosier
Essentially, the gospel is centered around the family unit. Because of this, we are able to get sealed to our families in the temple which means we can live together forever, even beyond this life. When a husband and a wife are sealed in the temple, their children are born into the covenat. Matthew 16:19 relates to this. One of the cool things is that if a couple is not married in the temple, they can still get sealed! (as long as they are worthy) Adopted children may also get sealed to their families. Because of this sacred temple covanent, we can be with our loved ones forever. Show more Show less