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Hi I'm Dallin.

I grew up in Georgia, from Arizona. I'm the middle of 5 in my family, and have 2 amazing parents! I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Not too much to say about me...I was born a "heart kid" and after 30 surgeries we started to lose track. I was born in Arizona but I've grown up in Georgia. I've got 2 older siblings (1 sister-oldest, and 1 brother) and 2 younger siblings (Both sisters) I love photography and just hanging out with friends.I got the opportunity to serve a "church service mission" for the church which was fun, and right now I'm a freshman student at Georgia Gwinnett College. I'm hoping to transfer to Southern Virginia University next semester.

Why I am a Mormon

I choose to be a member of this church because I know that it's true. I know that Jesus Christ lives and does speak to us today, through His prophets.

How I live my faith

A way to live my faith is to live everyday, trying to develop the wonderful characteristics of our Savior, Jesus Christ, and also, to keep trying, even if we fall down a lot! Another thing is, I like to help others in the church who are less active, or just need a friend. I want to be a good example to others. Being a member of this Church has helped me to be able to talk to many different people and also being in front of people. I have the confidence to do things I wasn't able to do before. Having faith, gives me the strength to do so.

What is a ward/stake/branch?

A "Ward" is just a simpler term for Congregation. A stake is a combination of wards in one local area. Show more Show less

Do Mormons practice polygamy?

In short. No Mormons do not practice polygamy. At the start of the church it was introduced to help build up Zion, but has sense been done away with. Show more Show less

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

No, Mormons try to be as Christ-like as possible. All through out his ministry he served people; we are taught to "go and do, not sit and stew". Show more Show less