Hi I'm Jason
I'm from New York, I'm studying to become a nurse, I love sports, photography, science, music, and movies, and I'm a Mormon.
I grew up in Long Island, New York. I studied psychology and health sciences in college, and am now studying to become a nurse. I love photography, video games (yes), college basketball, the Yankees, working out as much as I can, reading, action/thriller/science fiction movies, music, comedy, science, exploring, and just having fun.
Why I am a Mormon
I am a Mormon because, through scripture and historical study, as well as by asking God in prayer, I came to realize that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the Lord's Church. I have always believed in God and in the importance of having our Savior, Jesus Christ, in our lives. Although I was not raised Mormon, through study and prayer, I came to the conclusion that this Church really is a restoration of the Church of the New Testament, with prophets, apostles, divine revelation, blessings, healings, miracles, temples, and Jesus Christ at the head of the Church. I am a Mormon because I know that through the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ, we can live in God's presence forever, and become like Him, as is taught in the Bible.
How I live my faith
I live my faith by striving to follow the example that Jesus Christ provided us. Following His commandments brings extraordinary blessings into our lives, including the ultimate blessing of eternal life. I study the scriptures daily, and pray to God daily. I know that God listens, and that each of us can receive answers to our prayers through revelation. I also share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with anyone that is interested in it. I attend church every Sunday to fellowship with fellow Mormons, partake of the sacred Lord's Supper, and study the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I attend the temple, the House of the Lord, to offer the blessings of the Gospel to our ancestors that did not have the opportunity to hear it in this life. I rely on Christ's atoning sacrifice through repentance to be forgiven of my sins. I love to listen to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and also try to provide service to others.