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Hi I'm Isabel Sirrine

I grew up in Draper Utah and love to ski! I go to school at BYU, and I am preparing to serve in the Mozambique Maputo Mission!

About Me

Hello! My name is Isabel and I am from Utah. Right now I am a student at Brigham Young University. I am a big fan of everything nature- I love skiing, mountain biking, hiking, camping- anything and everything to do with the mountains. I am the third child of six. I have two amazing older brothers, a super sweet younger brother, and two adorable younger sisters. My parents are also incredible, along with my crazy cat Stormy. I also love to dance. I have been dancing since I was really young. My favorite style is contemporary- ballet is a close second but the blisters from my point shoes pushed it back some. I was on dance company in high school and am currently taking a ballroom class from BYU right now. I love it! I am a premed student at BYU majoring in Physiology and Developmental Biology. My dream is to be an OB doctor. Last year I worked as a medical assistant in an OB-GYN Specialists office and it was incredible. I am currently preparing to serve a mission in Africa! I have been assigned to labor in the Mozambique Maputo Mission, speaking Portuguese. I report to the Provo MTC on June 6th. I am super excited and humbled to have the opportunity to share the gospel with the people of Mozambique. This gospel has changed my life and I want nothing more than to help others come unto Christ and be with their families forever. Missionaries help to create forever families :)

Why I am a Mormon

I love this gospel. I have been a part of this church my whole life and everyday I find that there is still more to learn and understand. I am still growing. I love how we know that families are forever, and that we are able to live together in Heaven one day. I love the Book of Mormon and know that it is true. Every time I read I am able to feel of my Heavenly Father's love for me. It is filled with so much glorious truth- it is how God is able to speak with us. I know that we have living prophets today- President Nelson is an inspired man who has the keys necessary to help lead this church. I love this gospel and all of the joy that it brings to my life. "I am a Mormon. I live it, I love it."

How I live my faith

Faith isn't something that you can pull out on Sunday's and sing hallelujah. Faith is something personal- something that you grow and develop drop by drop, piece by piece. It is an integral part of my everyday life. I love the gospel and I live my faith. How I do this in my community is through service. I have volunteered regularly at the local hospital as a flower girl. In my young single adult ward in Provo, Utah I am currently serving on the service committee, which I love. Another way is by being involved. I always try to show up to every family home evening, church meeting, and sporting event that I can. These are the times I am able to grow socially, and it has also strengthened my faith to be surrounded by so many wonderful people.

What is faith?

Isabel Sirrine
One of my absolute favorite descriptions of this Christ-like attribute was given by Elder Neil L. Anderson in the October 2015 General Conference. He said that, “Faith in the Lord Jesus Christ is not something ethereal, floating loosely in the air. Faith does not fall upon us by chance or stay with us by birthright. It is, as the scriptures say, “substance …, the evidence of things not seen.” Faith emits a spiritual light, and that light is discernible. Faith in Jesus Christ is a gift from heaven that comes as we choose to believe and as we seek it and hold on to it.” This quote really emphasizes the fact that you don’t have faith just to have faith. Faith is always interlinked with Jesus Christ. A scriptural example of this Christ-like attribute is the story of the woman who believed she would be healed just by touching Christ’s clothing. After she touched the hem of his garment, he “turned about, and when he saw her, he said, Daughter, be of good comfort; thy faith hath made thee whole” (Matthew 9:22). Faith is a gift. Show more Show less