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Hi I'm Jesse Millar

I'm a digital junkie. I love parkour. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

When I was eleven years old, I stumbled upon a trial version of Adobe Photoshop and unearthed my addiction to graphic design and business. In the years that followed, I've dedicated most, if not all, of my free time to studying web, logo, print, app, and video game creation with their accompanying business applications. During my time in college, I studied graphic design, worked as a freelance designer, and devoted large amounts of time to practicing and teaching parkour. I'm currently serving a full-time mission in Las Vegas, Nevada and plan to return to school, design, and parkour upon the completion of my service.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I owe it to my Savior. As cheesy at it may sound, the gospel as preached through Christ's restored church is beautifully simple and gives me more direction and peace than I've found in any other walk of life. I've studied, prayed, and know for a fact that the teachings contained in the Book of Mormon, Bible, and the words of modern-day prophets are true and mark the path to lasting happiness.

How I live my faith

I'm living my faith by doing everything I can to become like Jesus Christ. I work each day to overcome the "natural man" by removing the little negatives, like swearing and pessimism, from my life. Daily prayer and scripture study in addition to weekly church attendance is absolutely mandatory if I want to survive this crazy thing called "mortality." I believe very strongly that the Lord is watching out for me and has a plan for my progression. I know that everything will work out the way it's supposed to in the end. Life really is good!

What is faith?

Jesse Millar
Faith, as defined by the scriptures, is believing in things we know are true even though we don't have definite proof. Believing is fine and good, but "faith" isn't a passive noun, it's an action word. To me, the word "faith" means trusting that God will help me when times get tough. It's not easy being a religious person in today's world. Some days it seems that life's countless challenges and temptations are threatening to drown me in sorrow, but I know that the Lord doesn't want me to give in. There's always hope. God will provide if I only ask and then act in faith. Show more Show less