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Hi I'm Justin

I'm a Brother, I'm example, I love basketball and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I from Utah, but am currently living Washington state. I come from a family of seven kids me being the 2nd youngest. I played allot of sports in high school and I'm hoping to walk on a Jr. college basketball team when I move back to Utah. I mostly like hanging out with my freinds and family and bonding with them. I love being an older brother and uncle and trying to be the best example I can be for them.

Why I am a Mormon

My whole life I've been Mormon, my family was Mormon and most of my friends were Mormon. It was easy to accept what was being taught to me. My parents were also great examples of people who had great faith, so most of my life I leaned on their testimonies. Until I decided to fine out for my self if the church was true and if so what I need to do to. I took my senior year of high school to read and pray about the Book of Mormon. I figured if there was anyway of knowing, that this was the way. After months of searching and praying I noticed my self changing and growing in the gospel. It made it easier to be a good person and possible to be a greater person. I have since decided to serve a mission and have been called to serve my Heavenly Father. I know this to be His church and that it is true. I say this with all my heart, in the name of Jesus Christ amen.

How I live my faith

I best way I feel I can live my faith, is by just being a good example. I served in many callings where I needed to be a teacher and a guide. As a missionary and sunday school teacher I've been privilledged to teach and help many people understand and accept the gospel and to use it in their lives. The Savior lead and taught by example by the way he lived his life. It is by learning of him and excepting him we to can learn to to be better people.