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Hi I'm Sarah

I was born and raised in Canada. I am an artist, and I am a mormon.

About Me

I grew up doing Taekwon-Do, and earned my Black Belt in the summer of grade 9, but don't train anymore. I love drawing detailed things like eyes, or people, or flowers, and the same with acrylic paint. In my spare time, I love hanging out with friends, watching Netflix, and reading as well. After I graduated high school, I moved in with a room mate. I currently work with kids at a daycare, and it's a lot of fun! I think it's really going to prepare me to become a mom some day.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a 4th generation Mormon, so I grew up in the church. When I was younger, I really relied on my parents testimonies to guide me. Then, one of my youth leaders challenged me to read the Book of Mormon sincerely and ask for myself it it was true. So I did, I got an answer. It came to me gradually as I read the Book of Mormon, not all at once. But by the time I had finished it, I knew without a doubt that what I had just read was true. Every single word of it. I know that Joseph Smith was called by God to be a Latter-Day Prophet on this earth. I know that Jesus Christ lived, suffered, and died for us so that we might have the opportunity to live with our Father in Heaven again. I know that we have a living Prophet on the earth today, and his name is Thomas S. Monson. I know that there is a plan, and that God has made all of it, but it all comes in His timing.

How I live my faith

In my Young Single Adult ward of 100+ people, I lead and direct the audience when we play the music in Sacrament meeting. I get to pick which hymns we sing each week, and I choose them based on what the Speakers are going to be talking about. I try to make connections between the music and the talks so that people can get more out of the meeting. As one of the women, we are all assigned other members of our ward to visit with. We call it Visiting Teaching. When I go to visit with my friends whom I am assigned to teach, I usually bring some cookies or something special to let them know that I love and care about them.