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Hi I'm Trevor

I'm a Master's Student in Arizona, where I grew up. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to play the piano and sing. I've received my BS in Biology and am now attending a Master's Program. After which, I'll be going to Medical school. I'm single and enjoy spending time with my friends. Oh, and I love a good book.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon still because I've come to know for myself that Christ did in fact visit the Americas and that He called a prophet, Joseph Smith, in our time. I've prayed to know if the Book of Mormon really was true and the Lord's Spirit told me it was true. Everytime I read the Book of Mormon, He reminds me that it's true just to keep me motivated in this life. It feels so good to follow Him. That's why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

By keeping the commandments. Namely loving my neighbor and loving God. I read his words in the scriptures and I pray, communicate, with Him regularly about anything and everything in my life. I attend His church and visit His temple. I try to do my best to serve Him by serving all His children. Easily I could be just saying these things, but it's true that I live these things and that is how I live my faith.

What do Mormons believe about the nature of God?

Mormons believe that we look much like God. Our bodies were patterned after His. His body however is perfect and resurrected, which we'll be blessed to have someday too because He wants it that way. He is our Father, wouldn't any father want their child to have as they have? So it is with our Father in Heaven. Show more Show less

Who founded Mormonism and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints?

Jesus Christ restored the church through a man named Joseph Smith. The church was on the earth during the time of Jesus, it was taken from the earth, and He restored it back to the earth in 1830. Show more Show less