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Hi I'm Nathanial

I love grits, North Carolina and its barbaque and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love sports, basketball and football being my favorites. Nothing makes me feel better than the sound of ball hitting nothing but net (on the right side of the rim of course). Or laying down the law on the field with a big hit. However all through out High School I did Ballroom Dance. My favorite dance was the Lindy Hop. I either want to go into High School counciling for a career or flying helicopters. (My personal goal is to have a Blackhawk for a family vehicle) I am currently serving a mission in North Carolina.

Why I am a Mormon

I will say being born into the Church definitely played a big factor. But my real testimony came over the course of several months of being away from home for work, 4 months to work for a inflatable raft company and 8 more for college. While away from home I made up my mind that I only needed to go to church every other week or so. After doing this for months I began to recognize that when I did not attend church I felt weak, tired, alot more on edge and I frankly didn't like myself. But when I did go I found I felt stronger, energized, my burdens were made lighter, and I began to focus on what I can do to make myself into who I need to be. I felt a greater understanding of why I am on this earth now, and where I want to go. I know that this is the Saviors church restored to the earth.

How I live my faith

I am currently living my faith as a representative of Jesus Christ in North Carolina. I live my faith by always looking on the bright side of situations and never giving up on the Lord and his commandments.

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