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Hi I'm Dustin Fullmer

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm really just a normal guy in life. All throughout high school I ran cross country and long distance in track. I was on the yearbook staff and on the honor role as well. After high school I studied for a year at a university, majoring in psychology. I still love to run every chance I can and love to just hang out with friends and play sports.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in the Church, but I wasn't always that active in it. When I was in my teenage years, I didn't really see much importance in it in my life at all. I had some events happen in my life though that had me feeling like life was horrible, more or less a state of depression. I didn't realize what I had for several years. Then, a few months before I was 19 years old, I realized something. This church truly is of Jesus Christ. After I realized that, got more involved in the Church and dedicated myself more to its teachings, I felt that dark cloud of depression leave my life. The true love and light of Christ came back into my life, penetrating that darkness and bringing me into a state of happiness yet again. This is why I am proud to say that I am faithfully to this day a Mormon. I want to stay in this happy path that I have chosen with Christ and hopefully share it with others to help them in their lives too. What a life this is!

How I live my faith

Currently I am serving as a full-time missionary in the Patagonian Peninsula of southern Argentina. Every day for the next two years I have devoted to preaching my beliefs to the people here in order to try and bring them closer to Christ and make their lives better. 

What is a “testimony” that Mormons speak of?

Dustin Fullmer
A testimony is something that each one of us needs to get in our lives. We can't just rely on other people's words, we need to feel it for ourselves. When one does feel it to a point of knowing for his or herself, that is a testimony. Show more Show less