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Hi I'm Natasha

I grew up in the military. I love to travel and play piano. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to learn. Currently I attend Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah where I am studying Biology. I hope to use this education to join the medical field after I return from my mission in a couple of years. Outside of school, which seems to take up most of my time, I love to watch movies, play music, and take random adventures. My father's job in the military forced me to grow up around the globe. Because of this, travelling has also become one of my favorite things to do.

Why I am a Mormon

Purpose. Community. Love. These are the three pillars of my faith and why I am a Mormon. Growing up in the church, I never had to wonder about the three questions that seem to stump everyone else: "Where did I come from, why am I here, and where am I going?" I know about God's Great Plan of Happiness, and therefore I have a sense of purpose here on earth. I simply seek to spread the joy and knowledge that I posses with those who are lost and distraught. Secondly, the church gives me a community. I have moved frequently throughout my life, and I grew used to things constantly changing. Through all of it, however, I could always count on the church for friendship and consistency--in doctrine, in teachings, and in beliefs. Lastly, love. The gospel is centered on Christ's love for us, and that has brought me more joy than I have ever known. Spreading this Christ-like love brings me happiness and peace.

How I live my faith

I have spent most of my church career serving as a piano player in various entities. I enjoy sharing my talents with the rest of my ward-families to invite the spirit into meetings. I have also served as a teacher for adults, president over girls my age, and chorister. No matter the calling, however, I felt like I was truly the Lord's servant, and I was helping His children here on earth. There is nothing that compares to that feeling.

What is faith?

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