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Hi I'm Greg

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a college student, currently going through a major change in my life. I am really interested in medical science, but I also like business. I enjoy reading, listening to music, and spending time with those whom I love. Sometimes I tend to care too much about what others think of me, and spend too much time on my appearance. I am patient, kind, and somewhat reserved. However, when you get to know me, I am fun and sometimes quite silly. I really enjoy teaching children, and working with the youth. I look forward to my future, and learn from my past.

Why I am a Mormon

I enjoy the comfort and peace that comes with living the commandments. I have also received spiritual confirmation that this is the church I am to reside in. Reading the Book of Mormon has really helped me to understand the love that our Savior has for us. I look forward to each Sunday, because I know that I will have a chance to be with others who are so commited to living by the teachings of Christ.

How I live my faith

I am an example to the youth. I work with young men from the ages of 16-18, and I try to teach them the principles of the gospel. I also enjoy working with the full time missionaries of my area. We spend time visiting the sick, and talking to people in the community about our Savior.

What is the First Vision?

This instance relates to the first vision of the young prophet Joseph Smith. As Samuel, a young boy in the Old Testament was called of God to lead the people of Israel. Joseph Smith having seen God the Father, and His son Jesus Christ in a grove, was called to gather the Lord's people in these days. This event is so important, in the fact that the eternal truths of the gospel began to be restored. Having witnessed both the Father, and the Son. Joseph testified to their eternal glory as two distinct and seperate personages. Show more Show less