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Hi I'm Frank

I am a graduate student in New York, I love traveling, I love music, I am a huge college sports fan, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Travel around the world is definitely my favorite thing to do, watch movies, take pictures of beautiful scenes, listen to music, play volleyball and tennis, make healthy delicious food, hang out with friends, try out different cuisine. I have lived, studied and worked in 4 continents and speak fluent in Chinese, English, and German.

Why I am a Mormon

While I was young, I had been always curious of the meaning of life and why we had to act who we were. Under the education in my home country, I was taught for many years that there was no God and life was just a short trip. We would die in dust and there was no life afterwards. I never understood if there was no God why I had to live in this world. I refused to believe that the family will be apart after we die. Searching for the true meaning of life was the rope that helped me to be connected with the true gospel of Jesus Christ. Now I am a happier person with the knowledge that we are in the plan of Salvation of God and someday we will return to Him with all of our loved ones.

How I live my faith

Strive to be Christlike with good moral standards is the way I try to live in. Often, my nonmember friends said I was a devoted Mormon that would never compromise my standards. They say I am a very happy and cheerful person.

What does Mormonism teach regarding baptism?

Frank
We believe the baptism is done by immersion with proper priesthood authority. When Christ was once on the earth, he demonstrated the correct way of baptism by walking to John the baptist in person and was baptized by immersion. If we call us as Christian, should not we follow his example and footsteps? I think the answer is very simple and straightforward. Show more Show less

What is faith?

Frank
Faith is some thing that you believe it is true but you don't have to be proven by physical appearance. Just like I know my parents and many friends love me unconditionally. I don't have to prove to myself but know it's true. I believe God and His son Jesus Christ is our master and creator with my faith. and the Holy Ghost witnessed its true. Show more Show less