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Hi I'm Anna Clark

I grew up in the United States. I'm a Lifeguard. I'm serving a mission in Scotland and Ireland. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to try new things. I've dabbled in soccer, track, cross country, lacrosse, color guard, horseback riding, clogging, jazz, percussion, singing, musical theatre, and above all, cross-stitching. I love learning how to save lives which is why I am a Lifeguard. I go to college and really enjoy chemistry. I have been called to labor in the Scotland/Ireland mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I absolutely love the gospel of Jesus Christ. Without this church, I would not be making good decisions and probably would be in a pit of despair somewhere. I may have grown up in the church, but that doesn't mean that I was expected to become a member. I had to make that decision for myself and it has been the best decision I have ever made. The standards that are set for becoming a member seem restrictive and boring. How am I supposed to live my life to the fullest with these kinds of requirements? But as I have strived to keep these promises, I find that it not only allows me to live life to the fullest, but opens more doors for me than I could have ever dreamed of. I WANT to live by these rules because they are what keep me away from despair and addiction. They are what push me toward bettering myself and helping those around me. There are many churches out there that are fantastic, but this is the only church where I feel at peace. I can feel the love of Jesus and of God so clearly and I know they love me and every single person, each of us individually. I love this church and I love the Savior and God. That is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I help organize events for the people in my area. We have done BBQ's, hikes, campfires, dances, dinners, and all other kinds of goodness.