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Hi I'm Michael David

I'm a Mormon in Zimbabwe. I grew up in the city of Bulawayo, i'm in college studying networking and Boilermaking.

About Me

I am a multi-talented person, i play the piano and the guitar , I'm a boilermaker ( a kind of welder) and I'm also a computer network administrator. i also participate in a number of sports including volley ball. i love to learn new things especially skills and languages. i grew up in an army camp in Bulawayo , and I've always loved church and being a good person generally, I'm the second child in a family of six children. i love being a latter-day saint.

Why I am a Mormon

When i was 18, my mom invited the missionaries over to share the gospel, after a short while we were all baptized in the church. I never felt so complete before in my life . Everything that i was learning about the gospel made so much sense and it conformed with some of the standards that i was trying to live. i did missionary work for the church for the church for a full two years and that only strengthened my conviction of the truthfulness of the gospel of Jesus Christ as taught by the Mormons .

How I live my faith

i love to go to church on Sundays and to meet with my friends there and to worship God by participating in the church service. i am responsible for the young men aged 13 to 17 throughout my city , i love to interact with the youth , to go on camps with them and watch them mature as individuals and as Christians . I am also responsible for teaching gospel classes and overseeing the progress of gospel teaching in the unit that i belong to. i love to read the scriptures and i depend on prayer, especially in my darkest times. i always look forward to hearing from the living prophets in our church in church magazines and at conference.

What is being a Mormon like?

Michael David
Being a mormon is like living in a world where there's purpose; there's answers to all the questions and everything makes sense, the easy part of life and the hard part. Show more Show less