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Hi I'm Spencer

I make awkward faces, I love learning, I collect culturally diverse tube socks, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Life has certainly shaped the character that I've become. Because of my family, I've been very blessed with the progression that they have supported me through. I love to exercise and play sports of all kinds. I may not be the best, but I will always do the hardest I possibly can with everything I do. If you are better off than I am when you first meet me. My job is done.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because of certain events that occurred led me to my conversion. I grew up in the church, but my conversion was a lengthy process. 16 years to be exact. During that time, I hadn't found direction to my life. I felt as if there was something more to life then what I was currently living. The Book of Mormon allowed me to fill the holes and complete the truth that I was so desperately searching for. I'm a Mormon because I have found the truth and I want to share it with everyone I can.

How I live my faith

I live my faith through the principles of truth that bless my life everyday. Church, scripture study, prayer, and service have been essential for me to keep my relationship with my Heavenly Father strong. Without those basic commandments I wouldn't be in the position I currently live. They really remind me of my personal covenants that are crucial for me to fulfill here and I will do everything I can to accomplish those promises.

How can I know Mormonism is true?

The only way you can learn is through an individual choice. Heavenly Father is all powerful and he is all knowing. If you truly need an answer of the truth of "mormonism" you have to ask him with a real intent. Otherwise, you will not receive an answer. Show more Show less

What are Mormon Temples used for?

Mormon Temples are used for the salvation of the children of men. Without the temple, all of the individuals who did not have the chance to accept the fullness of His everlasting Gospel would be lost. Temples help us make the necessary covenants and promises essential to living with our Heavenly Father again. We perform those ordinances for the living and for the dead so that they can also partake of the blessings that the covenants entail, if they so choose. Show more Show less

What is being a Mormon like?

Being a "Mormon" is one of the greatest blessings of happiness that we can achieve as we progress here on earth. Life is smooth and organized because all of the harder questions of life have already been answered. Then if that isn't enough, the Book of Mormon, the Bible, and the prophets point us in the right direction so we will always have that joyful happiness. Being a "Mormon" is like being free. Show more Show less