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Hi I'm RJ

I'm a hunter, shooter, fishermen, camper, hiker,missionary, and a mormon.

About Me

my name is RJ Im 21 years old. I love doing anything outdoors hunting fishing hiking camping climbing biking etc. Im a Missionary and Im a MORMON

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the Church by a single mother who worked hard to raise me and my two little sisters. I have seen how the gospel of Jesus Christ has directly blessed the life of me my family and friends. Being a member of this church has helped me in so many ways it has helped me to make good choices in my life and it gives me hope that as long as we do the things that we are supposed to be doing that we can return to live with our Heavenly Father and his son Jesus Christ again someday.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being a full time missionary, as a missionary i devote two years of my life to serve the lord with all my heart, might, mind, and strength. we leave our family and friends back home and put our trust in the lord that we will be taken care of as well as our familys. we go out and teach others about his gospel.

Why do you have 12 Apostles? They were just meant to be around for the time of Jesus Christ, not to be replaced with new apostles.

the lord had twelve apostles when he was on the earth and thats why we have twelve apostles because the lord is unchanging he is the same yesterday today and forever. Show more Show less

Why do Mormons perform baptisms for the dead?

we preform baptisms for the dead becouse not everyone on earth has the oppertunity to hear about the gospel before they die so we do baptisms for the dead so that they can have the chance to recive the blessings that they were not able to recive here on earth. but we dont actually baptise the dead bodies we do proxy work meaning someone is baptised in the place of someone who has passed on and then that person has the choice to accept the baptism or not its still up to them. Show more Show less