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Hi I'm Andrew Jones

I snowboard, skateboard, and wakeboard, and own a skate company. I work hard and party harder. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am an 18 year old college student getting ready to serve a mission. I live to snowboard, which led me to skateboarding, wakeboarding, surfing...and any other extreme sport involving a board! In high school I played football, ran track and field, performed in theater and was in an improv comedy club. I listen to alternative, post-hardcore and metalcore music, and love going to concerts, and I play the guitar and piano. After my mission I want to go to medical school and become a surgeon, as well as get married and start a family. I love my family, my friends, and myself.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church, but that doesn't mean being a faithful Latter-Day Saint comes easy. I had to decide for myself how dedicated to my Heavenly Father I would be. Like many youth, high school was when I struggled the most to figure out who I was and who I wanted to be. I went through many trials and took on spiritual burdens that weighed me down and kept me from progressing. However, I do not regret having made any of the decisions I did, because those choices, both right and wrong, made me into the person I am today. I was able to seek forgiveness and gain a true testimony of the atonement, and since then my burdens have been lifted and my spirit has been nourished. I am now preparing to serve a mission and spread the gospel to those seeking it.

How I live my faith

I am lucky enough to teach a class of 9 and 10 year old children in my ward. It has been such a blessing to be able to teach them about our Savior and his experience on Earth. They are such amazing kids who must have fantastic families because they are all so smart and innocent, and often I feel like I learn more from them then they do from me.