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Hi I'm carly bryant

I grew up in Connecticut. I am a food, animal, and nature lover. I am a Mormon

About Me

I am a freshman in college. I love to cook and bake for my family and friends. I hope someday that I can possibly go to cullinary school. I love the outdoors, going on hikes, and exploring nature. I love my family. I love going to church and growing closer to my Savior Jesus Christ through prayer and scripture study. I am a sister, a daughter, and someday hope to be a mother and a wife!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon becuase I know my savior lives, died for me, and loves me. I know that I have a purpose here on earth, and that Heavenly Father has a purpose for me, knows me, and loves me. I know that Heavely Father is mindful of my decesions and wants happiness and joy for me in this life. I am a Mormon because I know that Joseph Smith restored this gospel because it is the only true church on this earth day. I know that he saw God the father and his son in the sacred and they spoke. I am a Mormon because I know the the Book of Mormon is the word of God and the most important message we can read today. I know my savior is our closest companion in life, he will never leave our side, he is always one prayer away, and all we have to do is reach out and he will answer. Lastly, I am a Mormon because I can not deny the feeling of the spirit when I attend church, say my prayers, and read my scriptures. It is thee most comforting, reassuring, and peaceful feeling you will ever receive.

How I live my faith

I participate in my ward by attending my church meeting, ward prayer, and ward family home evening. I enjoy visiting teaching and getting to know other ward members. It is uplifting to have a place to go where people feel like your family and they all have the same values and beliefs as you. Family home evening is a special time to get to know a smaller group of people in your ward and use each other's testimonies and insight to learn, grow, and be inspired.