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Hi I'm Aaron

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a man of many hobbies and interests. I really like to cook, watch anime, throw knives, read (fantasy and sci fi mostly), paint and play warhammer, play dungeons and dragons and other pen and paper role playing games, draw, and just learn in general. I love the theater and going to concerts, and music (especially metal). I have always been an avide learner and have always loved school, even though I didn't always get the best grades. I am planning on going to college for math and finance. I love the Spanish language and because of my mission can speak it fluently. I am one of eight children and growing up with so many people taught me how to get along with everyone despite our differences. I have a great love for all cultures and peoples and love to try different foods and experience different things.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the Church and my family and I have actively attended my whole life. My parents are both excellent examples to me and taught me since a very young age about God, and Jesus Christ. I never had any reason to doubt, but when I was a teenager, I did. I kept going to church, but I silently let go of my belief in God. I finally decided to pray about it, and when I did, I felt powerfully in my heart that God and Jesus Christ live and love me. Ever since then, I knew that the church was true and wanted to do what I knew to be right. As I began to believe and show more faith, I felt a new found peace come into my life and wanted to share it with others.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by always trying to do what I know to be right, and when I do make mistakes, I try to change and become a better person. I also try to be a good example to those around me. Currently, I am serving as a full time missionary in Utah. I decided to become a missionary so that I could show others the great joy I have felt from being Mormon.