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Hi I'm Emily

I'm a college student. I'm studying biochemistry. I teach phlebotomy. I'm a mormon.

About Me

I have a crazy beautiful life. I am a college student. Biochemistry major planning on going being a doctor some day. Currently I am preparing for that dream by sticking to my studies, volunteering, and researching. I research in a Biochemistry lab at my university. I love to rock climb, play soccer, and snowboard. I am a phlebotomist and I am a phlebotomy teacher. I'm adventurous, enjoy a good laugh, and sweet snacks. And I am a mormon.

Why I am a Mormon

There are many reasons why I am a Mormon, but probably one of the major reasons I am a Mormon...is simply because it makes me happy. The standards it provides in my life help to keep me safe and allow me to live my life with less worries. I was raised in this gospel, but I found my own testimony while going through personal trials. This gospel is personal because our Heavenly Father is personal. He loves us and wants us to succeed. He provided a plan that allows us to progress and truly become what we are meant to be. I love this gospel and am a Mormon because it gives me hope and happiness.

How I live my faith

I love to show others the light of the gospel by making them happy and giving them hope. I love volunteering and serving others. I volunteer at a local hospital every Thursday night. My faith keeps me grounded and I try to show that through all that I do. I also attend institute every tuesday night and church every sunday.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

Emily
In this gospel we are taught to love one another and to show kindness to all of our fellowman. Throughout my 19 years in the gospel I have never once only been taught to help only Mormons. In fact, I have been counseled from a very young age to love everyone and help anyone who is in need. As Mormons, we are taught to mourn with those that mourn and to comfort those that stand in need of comfort. Show more Show less