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Hi I'm Dallon Schultz

I'm a missionary, I'm a motorcycle enthusiast, and I'm a Mormon!.

About Me

My name is Dallon and I grew up in a small country town called Livonia in Upstate New York. I am currently serving a spanish speaking mission in Tucson Arizona and I'm loving every single minute of it. As an lds kid growing up I looked up to the missionaries as heroes. They were always so knowlegable of the scriptures, always a load of fun, and they were doing the lords work and now I am at the other side of the spectrum and its very humbling and interesting to see it from a different point of view. My greatest passion right before I came out on the mission was motorcycle riding. I'm big into street bikes and nothing gets my adrenaline going more than going 130+mph. Not only that but enjoying everything that is around you. It's a whole new experience from what you see, smell, and experience when your driving in a car. I could be in the worst mood and go out for spin and just forget everything. I was big into sports growing up, soccer being my favorite. As a junior in highschool I got recruited onto an allstar team in the Rochester, NY area and we went over seas to Barcelona, Spain to play for a week. It was my first time out of the states and I loved every single minute of it! We take a lot for granted in the comforts and pace of life here in the states and it was an incredible experience to experience and whole new culture.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the LDS church but like all teenage kids, I didn't always know it was true. When your parents have incredible testimonies it's extremely easy to coast of theirs but there comes a point where every young person questions "Is this the path I'm supposed to be taking?" It always felt right but I can't say I knew 100% that what I was doing was right. I made choices I probably shouldn't have growing up just like all teenagers do, but I can't say I regret them because they made me who I am today, but what I can say is that I'm greatful for the atonement of Jesus Christ and the power and ability that gives us to move on with our lives and make right what we made wrong. As I felt the power of the atonement lift burdens off my shoulders I didn't even know were there that is when I decided to take a little more thought into what my parents had been teaching me. I got down on my knees and asked Heavenly Father if what my parents had been teaching me and what I had believed for the past 17 years was the correct path and words can't explain the overwhelming feeling of peace and comfort that came over me in that moment. I knew right then that what I was taught from my youth was true. As I continue to learn and try my best to live life the way my Father in Heaven would want me to live, I feel His presence and I constantly get a reconfirming testimony that this is the Lord's kingdom once again established on the Earth prepartory to His second coming.

How I live my faith

One of my biggest pet peeves is when people talk the talk but don't walk the walk. I'd much rather walk the walk and try my best to do whats right. I'd rather lead by example than to verbally express my faith. It goes back to that old saying "actions speak louder than words." I'm not perfect by any means and I'm far from it but I feel the best way to live your faith is to be who you are. Don't try to be someone your not. Heavenly Father has given all of us different personalities to bless the lives of those around us and it's up to us to take those talents and do our part in helping our fellow brothers and sisters.

Why is authority to perform a baptism important?

Dallon Schultz
Why are police officers and law enforcement so important? Because if there wasn't any there would be complete chaos. Imagine your mailman trying to chase you down in his white carrier van to issue you a ticket for going 20mph over the speed limit. You'd laugh at him and drive off! With that being said the authority to baptize is extremely important. Without baptism by the Priesthood authority of God it would be equivalent to your mailman trying to issue you a ticket. And with that same authority Christs' church can be ran the way HE wants it to be ran, not the way MAN wants it to be ran. Show more Show less