Hi I'm Nathan
I learned the Hmong language to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with the Hmong people. I'm a Mormon.
Right now I am attending a university, studying computer science. I love math, physics, astronomy, philosophy, and electronics. Aside from school I love snowboarding, hiking, jetskiing, martial arts, and learning about Asian cultures. I earned my black belt in Kenpo in 2007.
Why I am a Mormon
I tend to think of myself as a very logical thinker, and I am often asked why a logical, reasonable individual would have faith in Jesus Christ. I have had too many experiences in my life to deny the existence of God, our Heavenly Father. As I have truly studied, pondered, and lived my life according to the standards of the Mormon church, I have felt myself draw nearer to Christ than ever before. There is a light, a joy, and a peace that come with accepting the fullness of the gospel of Jesus Christ into your life. I know that my views may be unpopular with the world, but sometimes faith has to prevail and overcome what man calls "reason."
How I live my faith
I recently returned from a two-year proselyting mission, where I learned how to speak the Hmong language and teach those with a non-Christian background. I left school, work, friends, and family behind for two years to commit myself to the will of God in helping others build their faith in Jesus Christ. Like all members of the church, I received no monetary payment for services. Now I am helping to train others to go forth and help build up the kingdom of God as I have done.