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Hi I'm Ben

I'm a snowboarder, a sightseer, and apparently a Mormon.

About Me

I am a student at Weber State University (go wildcats!) working on my bachelors in microbiology. The goal is to get into dental school in Boston, where i served my two year missionary service. I am also an ambassador for the university and I love trying to help high school graduates achieve their educational dreams. I absolutely love snowboarding and laughing. Laughing is the best medicine. I love my family and I strive to improve myself as an individual. I enjoy sight seeing and trying new things. We live only once so we should make the most of it!

Why I am a Mormon

I'm still a Mormon because God has told me over and over again that I'm on the right path. I continue to see the Lord bless me for following the commandments. It's engraven into the person that I am.

How I live my faith

I live my faith in many ways. I try to be a good example to those around me. Good examples are powerful. I served a two year missionary service for my church. It taught me the importance of loving and serving others. We are all brothers and sisters and children of God. We should help others recognize this so they too can have the hope that we have. I also try to do a little better each day.

Are Mormons Christians?

Mormons definately are Christians. We believe that Jesus Christ is the Savior and Redeemer of the World. We learn of Him and what He expects of us by reading the Bible. What makes us different from most Christian churches is that we believe that God has given us another testament of Jesus Christ to help us understand more of His mission. That additional testament is The Book of Mormon. Hence our nickname Mormons. Show more Show less

What are some things that tell you there is a God?

I think about everything around me. From the billions of galaxies, to the functioning of the ear, to my family, to the many "coincidences" in my life. And then I think, how could there not be an architect to all of this? Show more Show less