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Hi I'm Kayla

I am from Colorado. I love to play the piano, although I'm not the best. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love music to the max. I want to teach piano as I get older. I love to bake and cook because it always brings a smile to the people around me, even if I mess up a recipe on accident. I recently graduated High School. I have three younger siblings, and I love them to pieces. One day I hope to be just like them.

Why I am a Mormon

I have chosen to be Mormon because I have felt the Spirit of the Holy Ghost testify of the truth. I know the Book of Mormon has been translated by the power of God, and it inspires me daily, along with the Bible. I know God has given us living prophets in this day, to help us avoid temptation and give us instruction that will continue to make us happy. I know they speak with the power of revelation and truth. I testify that the Savior lives and that He loves and cares for all of us deeply. Knowing this has helped me to feel happy. I know that I will never have to do anything that the Lord hasn't prepared to help me accomplish. I also know that God loves me and that I never have to be alone. I'm grateful for the Atonement of Christ, and I know there is great power in it. I am Mormon because of the love and happiness I feel being apart of such a great organization.

How I live my faith

Every Sunday, I go to church. Our meetings are broken up into 3 classes, each an hour long. I arrive about 20 minutes early to play prelude on the organ to help members feel the warm Spirit that is there. I play some hymns while the congregation sings during the main meeting, called sacrament meeting. After some postlude, I hurry off to help in Primary, where all the kids go after class. I enjoy teaching them and helping them learn about Jesus. When they don't need me in Primary, I go to regular Sunday school with everyone else. Throughout the month I check on members of the ward through visiting teaching, and it has made me feel very welcome into the Church I attend.