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Hi I'm Daniel D B

I have an artificial eardrum, I'm a gamer at heart, I love to laugh and just take life as it comes at me and I'm a Mormon

About Me

I spent most of my life growing up in Colorado, in a small town. There my friends and I did nothing but paintballing, bowling, video games, work and school. Now I am enrolled in college, studying Computer Forensics. I love music, photography, a few sports, I used to like basketball before I broke my nose playing. Ultimate frisbee is the BOMB! I have a mediocre interest in the outdoors, I love mountain biking, hiking, whatever it is as long as it doesn't invole sleeping outside or in a tent. More than anything though, I really enjoy just being with my close friends and family.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) but I didnt really believe or live my faith until I was about 18. At that time I realized that the church had taught me everything that I wanted in life. Happiness, Peace, Success, Joy. I've had a bit of a rocky road, but all of that is made easier through the Atonement of Jesus Christ, of which I have a very deep and personal testimony about. Through the atoning power of Christ I felt truely forgiven of my sins, through the comforting power of the Holy Ghost. When I felt this amazing power come over me, my testimony of Jesus Christ was solidified, as was my testimony of the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ. Ive prayed on several different occasions if this church is the restored church of Christ, and on each occasion, I've recieved a resounding answer throughout my soul that it is indeed the restored chruch of Christ.

How I live my faith

I grew up a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) but I didnt really believe or live my faith until I was about 18. When I started coming back to church, I was called (assigned) to be the Assistant Cub Scouts leader shortly after I earned my Eagle Scout and thought I was all done with scouts, boy was I wrong! It's been a lot of fun, now I am working towards my degree in college, while providing service for those in need, attending church regularly and keeping my faith strong by studying the scriptures, this includes the Bible (yea Mormons believe in the Bible) and the Book of Mormon. Mostly my testimony lies in the fact the Book of Mormon is true. Whenever I think about things here on Earth like life in general, I always refer myself to what I've studied in the scriptures. There's no doubt the Gospel of Jesus Christ is true :)