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Hi I'm Stanford

and I try everything because every day, is especially DELICIOUS.

About Me

I have lived in a small town in southern California my whole life. In that town I grew up loving the water. I enjoyed surfing, wake-boarding, snowboarding, and water polo. What I enjoy the most though is building, designing, or doing whatever comes to mind. Growing up, my friends and I thought of some pretty exciting things to do. From building ramps for bikes skateboards, and bodies; to jumps for our motorcycles and cars. Sorry mom and dad. To painting my buddies car and designing t-shirts. Most of our ideas are a big mess but no matter what happens, it usually makes for a grand story.

Why I am a Mormon

I was going threw a really hard time in my life. I was struggling to find joy in life. It seemed that being alone in nature was the only happiness I could acquire. I finally realized in college that my cousin had something I didn't. I decided to stop procrastinating and just do the simple things like read and pray. Heavenly Father sent me that feeling of comfort and hope that I needed to receive my answer. With finding the church to be true the love and strength for everyday challenges has come back to me. I have found that never ending joy that can only be found in knowing for myself, that this gospel has every piece restored.

How I live my faith

Growing up I was able to be an everyday example for my high school by being the vice-president of the associated student body. This gave me the opportunity to talk to many of my friends on a daily basis and invite them to learn about what they were missing. One of my fondest memories though, was the opportunity to travel to India. Their I was able to help out an elementary school in Kalkuta, India. I was able to help them with their English and school work. I have been able to serve an everyday mission in St. Louis, Missouri for two years. Each day I had multiple opportunities to give service to people in need and help bless their lives by teaching them about this restored church. My life has just began and my vision to help people will never stop.

Are there restrictions based on race or color concerning who can join The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and have the priesthood?

Stanford
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