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Hi I'm Drew

I write musicals. I play jazz piano. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a college student majoring in music composition. I like musical theatre, classical stuff and funk jazz. I served a 2 year mission in Arkansas. I'm spontaneous and slightly ridiculous. Okay, not slightly.

Why I am a Mormon

This Church is true. I've felt the Holy Spirit testify to me that God calls prophets in our times just as he did in previous generations, that the Book of Mormon and the Bible are the word of God and that families can be together forever. I love it. Serving in the Temple has strengthened my faith tremendously. I have received guidance and revelation through the Holy Spirit with wonderful clarity within the walls of the Temple and felt the love of God as I participate there. I know without a doubt that the Temple is truly the House of the Lord here on earth.

How I live my faith

I follow the teachings of Jesus Christ and His servants, the prophets. I rely on Christ and His Atonement to help me overcome life's obstacles with an optimistic and grateful attitude. I seek the will of the Lord as I make choices as an individual so that my life is in harmony with His wonderful plan for me.

Why do Mormons baptize their new members?

Baptism is, as it states in the New Testament, essential to return to live with our Heavenly Father, and it must be done by someone who has the authorization of God to do so. When we're baptized, we promise to follow God's commandments, always remember our Savior Jesus Christ and represent him with all we do. We are promised, in turn, the guidance of the Holy Spirit and the remission of our sins. Baptism is so beautiful! Show more Show less

What is a “testimony” that Mormons speak of?

A testimony is knowledge received from God through the influence Holy Ghost. It's a belief confirmed by that power. Show more Show less