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Hi I'm Henry

I love life! I've lived all over the Place. I'm A Mormon!

About Me

Hello! My name is Henry. I am the second youngest of 7 children, six girls and one boy (I am the boy as you can tell :D ). I was born in Mildura, Victoria in the wonderful land of Australia. I'm Half Tongan and Half Icelandic, a rare mix but I wouldn't have it any other way! I've lived in a lot of places throughout my life including Australia, The USA, Iceland, England and Canada! People often ask me why I moved around so much and I usually tell them I don't know but its the best! I like doing fun things. One of my favorites is lying on a beach and contemplating life and such, just enjoying the sun and the lovely salty air. Rugby is a sweet sport. I go for the Wallabies cause they're better than the All blacks :P. I also like music and jamming out with the peeps. I love my family a lot. One thing I enjoy is just chilling out with the fams and eating good food fo sho! Right Now I'm a Missionary in Ontario [Canada Toronto Mission] and its super awesome! Just the Best! I love being a missionary, I love every single part of it!

Why I am a Mormon

Well I was fortunate enough to have my parents be members of this church before I was born. In ever persons life, however, they must decide for themselves what direction they are going to go. I made that decision when I was 15 years old, I wanted to find out if all of it was true so I read the Book Of Mormon and prayed to God to know if it was his word. The Holy Ghost testified to me that it was true. That special witness is something that no one can take away from me, no matter what they may say or do. That's why I am a Mormon :)

How I live my faith

I live my faith by sharing my faith with others so they can build up their own faith! Being a missionary has definitely changed my life and the lives of many others.