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Hi I'm Hannah

I'm a Californian born and raised. I love singing and playing instruments. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the baby of a family of 8. Three of my siblings have married and had children which means I am an aunt to seven little cuties. I attended Brigham Young University for two semesters and now I have been called to serve a full-time mission for the Mormon church in Alberta, Canada. I love listening to music but I love playing it even more. I have played the piano for 10 years. When I play, it helps me think through any troubles I might be having. I have also added the ukulele and guitar to instruments I play. I enjoy singing as well and was in my high school choir for two years.

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for my whole life. I was taught the gospel since I was born. I did not choose to be born a member of this church but I have chosen to remain an active member of it because I have found it to be true through reading the scriptures and praying to know. When I was younger, I relied on my parent's testimonies but now that I am older, I have developed my own and have found that this is the only church that has the full gospel. I know that what it teaches is true because I've asked. I know that anyone who asks through prayer will receive an answer.

How I live my faith

I am currently attending a Young Single Adult (YSA) ward and I love it! It is a ward for 18-30 year olds and it has allowed me to meet so many amazing people that I would never have met if I went to my parent's ward instead. I have been called to serve as a missionary for this church and will soon leave California to go to Canada and share the knowledge I have of this gospel with the people there. I am so excited to do so! To prepare I have gone to appointments with the local missionaries and try to mention the church in everyday conversation with people who are not members of this church.