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Adam: Mormon.

Hi I'm Adam

About Me

I was born in Pennsylvania, but grew up in southwestern New York. I love to play sports. My favorites are soccer, basketball, and volleyball. I played all these in High School plus baseball, and tennis. I am currently attending Utah Valley University, studying Criminal Justice. My goal is to go to law school and work as an attorney. I love learning about the law and about the Nation I live in. I enjoy the outdoors including, hunting, fishing, hiking, and anything else. I really enjoy spending my time with my family when they are around.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the LDS faith, but didn't always want to live it, in fact, I would say that for the majority of my life I have lived contrary to the LDS beliefs and the way that any representative of Jesus Christ should act. When I was about 14 years old I fell into some pretty bad things and it caused me to live a life that I never want to return back to. I tried as best as I could to rid my life of the evil that was present and lived what I consider to be a feint. I did have a belief in God and believed in his son and the beliefs of the Mormon church, but felt as I feel all teenagers feel, Trapped! I felt like I couldn't be a normal kid because of all the rules that I had to follow. I had multiple opportunities to do many things that I shouldn't have like drink and indulge in immoral activities, but there was always something inside of me saying "don't do it." I have learned now that was the spirit of my Heavenly Father guiding me to do whats right. I made it through these trials and graduated from high school. I left for college and was able to get my life together enough to serve a mission. I loved those two years of teaching others and helping them build their faith in God and in Christ. After my mission, I came home and returned to college where I am now. Life has been so much better, however, I again feel into temptation. I made some mistakes and am had to use the wonderful sacrifice of my Savior to repent and to put my life in accordance with Gods again. I have done so and am so happy now. I will never be able to repay the Lord for his loving mercy, but I can show my true repentance by following the commandments and living as I should have. I love this gospel and the many blessings that I receive as I do as the scriptures and prophets, both living and dead, teach. I know that God lives and loves everyone of his children no matter what they have done. There is always a way out of sin, it is through Christ. I know this and will always believe this.

Personal Stories

Why do Mormons go on missions?

Members of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints serve missions so that they can help others come unto Christ. This is our way of helping the church grow and allow for others to gain an understanding of our beliefs and also if desired join the church. Missionaries give others the opportunity to read the Book of Mormon and to pray to know if the church is true and if Joseph Smith was a true prophet.

How I live my faith

I live my faith now by helping everyone I can come closer to Christ. I let them know they have a friend. So many people would make better choices if they had a friend to help them. That is what was a major factor in my being who I am today is the friends that I have. I also help people by serving them. I serve as a member of the institute student council at school and provide students with the opportunity to make good friends and strengthen their testimony together. I live my personal life of having a faith in Christ by not returning to the things that I have left behind. Each day that I succeed I know that I show the lord my true faith in him and that I have fully repented.