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Hi I'm Andrew

I'm a Mormon, born in Canada. I like to draw, play video games, write stories, and do IT work. I plan to be a novelist.

About Me

I'm a single man, hoping to get married soon. I like to play video games, write stories and books, drawing, reading books, watching anime, and of course, studying the scriptures are the most important on this list. Eating and breathing is also important. I also pray to my Heavenly Father on a regular basis with great love toward Him and His Son, Jesus Christ. I am grateful, eternally, to my Savior for His atoning sacrifice and I know He lives, and I know the Atonement is real. I'm currently unemployed, but I have experience with tech work, customer service, and more. I want to be part of an IT department to learn how to maintain servers, learn more about software, and learn about computer hardware. I was born in Canada, but since my parents are U.S. residents, I received a birth-abroad and I have dual citizenship in both countries. I love the people of the Earth. I am slow to anger, and quick to forgive.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born 'into the covenant', meaning I was born into a family that was already part of the church. I am in this church because I know its true. The Holy Ghost made a witness to me of it, and I cannot deny that witness. I love the Church and have a strong testimony of the Book of Mormon. I was challenged to read it in two weeks by my Bishop once when I was young. I did it, and I was filled with the Spirit of the Lord, knowing the book was true. Everything else just fell into place.

How I live my faith

I am part of the Activities Committee in my ward (think of a ward as a congregation). What's do I do, you might ask? I work with other members of the Activities Committee to arrange activities and events for the ward. These include fun events, service projects, and more. By serving my fellow humans, "[I] am only in the service of [my] God" (Mosiah 2: 17 - wording modified for personal intake). Finally, I live my faith daily by reading scriptures, praying daily (morning and night, and also a lot during the daytime when I want to communicate with my Heavenly Father), meditating on the scriptures and surrounding myself with wholesome entertainment. I also try my best to keep my house clean so the Holy Ghost feels more comfortable there and will abode with me there to guide and direct me.