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Hi I'm Rob.

I grew up in central Cali, I'm Micronesian, I love music, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love sports, particularly playing football and volleyball. I work a graveyard shift and attend a church school. I'm quite laid back, and try to live life to the best of my ability.

Why I am a Mormon

At birth I was adopted by and from there raised in an LDS family. I have challenged my own beliefs, much over the last 4 years. So what has kept me from leaving or going inactive? Well, let me tell you. I have felt the most peace in my life while trying my best to do the righteous things I have been taught, and that is to follow the Gospel of Jesus Christ found in the scriptures. Through the Book of Mormon, I received another powerful witness that Jesus is indeed the very Christ. Through it's teachings I have enjoyed much peace, joy, and an increased understanding of how I fit into this world and my relationship with God. I believe and know that book to be an additional true witness of Christ. He is the same that suffered in Gethsemane, died on the cross, resurrected the third day, and then visited his apostles and other disciples across the Earth. I believe that this church is the restored church of Christ, with a prophet on the earth today. I can promise that anyone who checks this out with an open heart, will find the path to true and everlasting peace/joy/love/discipleship. This is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I try to be conscientious with my choices and with what I know to be true. It's really affected who I am. With the Gospel, I try to fight off the natural man, subdue it, and make the correct choice. I don't always though. As I increase my love and understanding of the Savior, my willingness/commitment to stay true is greatly strengthened. To break it down, as I try, I also learn to be a disciple of Christ.