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Hi I'm Aaron

I work full-time. I go to school part-time. I have a family of 5. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in California and am a recent Minnesota implant. I served a full-time mission in Nequén, Argentina and am fluent in Spanish. I have a beautiful family and am very blessed. I am work full-time and am finishing my MBA in December. In my spare time which isn't much, I love to golf and watch sports.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon becuase the gospel of Jesus Christ helps me understand my place on earth. I believe that God is the same yesterday, today and forever, and the organization of the Mormon church is the same as it was in Christ's time. Prophets and apostles help us today to understand how to navigate the difficulties of life and for that I am grateful.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by keeping the commandments that the Lord has set forth. I attend my church meetings on a weekly basis because here I learn about the truth, share my beliefs and enjoy in the fellowship of other faithful Mormons. In the Mormon church, you have opportunities to serve others through various assignments. My assignment is to teach an early-morning seminary class to high school-aged youth. It is a great opportunity to teach the truth and learn from these amazing kids.

What is the Book of Mormon?

Aaron
The Book of Mormon is a book of sacred scripture that was written by the prophets who lived on the American continent during ancient times. The Book of Mormon came from the mouth of the Lord just as did the Bible but it was translated by one person instead of being passed through multiple translators.It contains the fullness of the gospel of Jesus Christ and helps anyone who reads it to draw nearer to God. Put plainly, it is another testament that Jesus Christ is our savior and redeemer. Show more Show less