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Hi I'm Malcolm

I'm a married student, a musician, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I've moved in my life more times than I can remember. I am an avid musician. I can speak 5 different dialects of French. I love the sunnyside of life. I have absolutely no clue what I'm going to do for a career at the present, but that's okay, it'll come. I believe in taking life as it comes and being a creator of circumstances instead of a creature. Happiness is not a destination, it's a path. I'm happily married to the love of my life, and working on going to the temple!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in this church, my parents did the best job possible in raising us, I love them both very much. Every big decision I've made in my life has been affected by my belief in Jesus Christ. I have read the Book of Mormon many, many times, and I know that it is true because I have prayed to God if it is. I also know that Joseph Smith was a true prophet through the same way. I have a strong belief that Jesus Christ is the Savior of the world, and He is proof of God's love. And all these things are contained in the Book of Mormon, I urge every person to read it, and find out for yourself of its truthfulness. I know that if you do that, you'll get the same answer I did: "Yes! Now go DO something about it!"

How I live my faith

I've just grown up going to church every Sunday like a good Christian should. It has been such a blessing. I also attended 4 years of early morning seminary in high school (seminary is like sunday school but everyday) and now I am living the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the fullest extent that I can with my wife.

What do Mormons believe about “eternal life?”

Malcolm
Eternal life is living forever with God and our families. Only those who accept the fulness of the gospel of Jesus Christ and receive the necessary ordinances can have this. Show more Show less