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Hi I'm Ryan

I'm a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

About Me

I'm a computer science major in college. I served a mission in Maryland. I enjoy cooking, videogames, books of fiction, and cartoons. My hope is to one day work for NASA in putting a man (or woman) on the surface of Mars.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born to active members of the church and have remained active all my life. I have had times when I wondered why I follow the faith that I do. My answer is simple: I can feel the Spirit of the Lord whisper the truth of our faith in my heart and I know that the Lord can speak no lie. His Holy Spirit is a part of my life and he helps me to know that what the church teaches is true. I seek no other witness than that.

How I live my faith

I serve as a counciler in the Elder's Quorum in our branch. I seek to be a good example of a humble follower of Jesus Christ at all times and in all places.

What is the Book of Mormon?

A sacred record of the prophets and people of the ancient americas. Show more Show less

How can I find someone to talk with, in person, about the Mormon religion?

Try going to a local ward or branch on Sunday. This website can help you locate one in your area. Show more Show less

Do Mormons regard the Bible as Holy Scripture and the word of God?

Absolutely! Show more Show less

What is a ward/stake/branch?

A ward is a unit of all church members in a geographical boundary. It can cover an entire city or just a small fraction of one. It depends on how many members live in the area. A branch is a small ward and a stake is a group of wards and branches. Show more Show less

Do Mormons practice polygamy?

We did once but a prophet of the Lord recieved a revelation that we are not to practice polygamy at this time. Polygamy itself is not a bad thing but it is not legal to practice it in the church today. Show more Show less