|Marital Status||never been married|
|Alert Hours||evening hours|
|Fitness||very important-one of my top values|
|Optimist Or Pessimist||somewhere in between|
|Humor||important role-I really appreciate finding humor in everyday events|
|Type A Or Type B||somewhere in between|
|Conflict||calmy yet sometimes I can get defensive|
|Love Languages||quality time|
I was raised an atheist and accepted Christ when I was a freshman in college. He has completely changed my life and taught me about my true value. The Christian life is definitely a journey and not a destination. I really enjoy having early morning devotions, such as Bible reading, prayer, and listening to worship music. I also enjoy learning from Beth Moore and have several of her books. God continually replaces my false beliefs with His truth. I attend a wonderful church and look forward to attending each week.
"For all these out of their abundance have put in offerings for God, but she out of her poverty put in all the livelihood that she had" (Luke 21:4).
I really like this verse because it inspires me to sacrificially give and serve Christ in all that I do and with all that I am.
I work for a local homeless shelter where we help families in distress by serving hot meals, helping them find full-time work, and teach them life skills.
I love the outdoors, whether it be mountain biking, hiking, camping etc. I also enjoy solitude with a good book and spending time with my friends.
I really don't get too wrapped up around money. As long as my basic needs are met I'm content.
My favorite foods are Chinese and Indian. I really like to eat healthy; however, I do have a sweet tooth that is hard to overcome.
I'd love to have a family one day and write children's books.
Probably my pastor from college. He really taught me a lot about how to become a Christian, how to live out my faith, and how to cultivate an intimate walk with Christ.
I'm most thankful for my faith, my friends, my health, and the many blessings in my life.
My ideal first date would be something fun and interactive, such as bowling, the zoo, a Christian concert, etc.
As mentioned in my video, I was raised in both Germany and Hawaii so I really enjoy various cultures and I love to travel.
Extraversion • average • 45.4
Extraversion is marked by engagement with the external world. Those high in extraversion enjoy being with people, are full of energy, and get recharged by being around others. Those low in extraversion tend to be quiet, less engaged with the social world, and get recharged by having alone time.
Agreeableness • high • 65.0
Agreeableness reflects individual differences with cooperation and social harmony. Those high in agreeableness value cooperation and are usually seen as considerate, helpful, and willing to compromise. Those low in agreeableness are often strong willed, less likely to bend to the opinions of others, and are seen as independent.
Conscientiousness • average • 46.0
Conscientiousness is marked by one's tendency towards structure or flexibility. Those high in conscientiousness are usually punctual, task oriented, and persistent but may struggle with work/life balance and relaxation. Those low in conscientiousness are usually spontaneous, flexible, and fun-loving but may struggle steadily working towards goals and accomplishments.
Neuroticism • average • 51.2
Neuroticism refers to the tendency to experience strong emotions. Those low in neuroticism are less emotionally reactive and usually feel positive yet may struggle empathizing with the negative feelings of others. Those high in neuroticism usually experience strong emotions regularly yet may be more sympathetic to the feelings of those around them.
Openness to Experience • low • 37.4
Openness to experience reflects one's preference towards novelty or familiarity. Those high in openness to experience tend to be curious, creative, and eager to experience novel stimuli. In contrast, those low in openness to experience tend to prefer predictability and familiarity.