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Hi I'm Aaron

I compete in Youtube competitions, eat cheesesteaks and I'm a Mormon!

About Me

I'm from a small town in Idaho, I love making movies, eating Philly Cheesesteaks, playing the piano, and being with family and friends. I'm currently serving as a missionary in Philadelphia PA.

Why I am a Mormon

I’m a Mormon because of the peace and surety that I feel here. I grew up in the church, but I am a Mormon today because of the many personal confirmations that I have received through prayer, study and experience that this is Christ’s true church.

How I live my faith

I have had many different “Callings” (assignments) in the church. They range from being a secretary of a young men’s group to my current calling as a missionary. The important thing isn’t in what capacity we serve, but how we serve. The greatest “calling” we have in life is the call from Jesus Christ when he said: “Come Follow Me.” No matter what our assignment may be, as long as we are doing our best to follow the Savior, and keep his commandments, we will be blessed.

Why is family so important to Mormons?

Mormon's believe that families can be "Together Forever". Meaning, after our time has passed here on earth we can be reunited with our families and live with them forever. Family is also the most important social structure here on earth. When families are centered on the Gospel of Jesus Christ, they provide a loving "structure" or "unit" where Parents can teach children right from wrong and prepare them to be adults. Show more Show less