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Hi I'm Chester

I live in Washington, I'm always looking to have fun, I have awesome friends and family, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

There's nothing really special about me, I'm just your average young adult. I love to spend time with my friends and just hang out, I enjoy the outdoors, especially hiking, camping, and rock climbing. I'm the youngest of a family of 6, I have two older sisters, one of whom is mentally handicapped, and an older brother who I all love very much, and then I have my mom and dad whom without my life would be completley crazy. I have graduated high school and am looking forward to serving an honorable full time mission. I am active in the church and am grateful to have it in my life, because without it I'm sure I would not be the person who I am today.

Why I am a Mormon

I've always had the church in my life, I was born and raised in it thanks to my parents. My father is a convert and my grandparents had my mother go to church, even though they were not members. Being in the church is the greatest blessing in my life because of what it has done for me, it's helped me realize what's most important in life, it's helped me become a better person, it's helped me find forgiveness for things I've done in my life, and it's always made me feel unique. Being a Mormon lets me know that what I've been taught and what I've read in The Book Of Mormon is all true, that this gosple is the gosple that Jesus Christ taught long ago, and now it's here in our day and age for us to learn about and to know the truth. If there are any deep, meaningful, or important questions that you have and can't seem to find the answer to, the gosple is here to help you find the answers you seek. And if you don't think that the gosple can give you an answer to your question then pray to God, he hears you and will answer your prayers one way or another, it may not be today, or even tomorrow, but He will answer you, I know, He has helped me through some of the toughest times in my life, and for that I am eternally grateful. What a wonderful blessing this church is in my life, I can't imagine my life without it. I am proud to be a Mormon.

How I live my faith

The most common way I live my faith is by volunteering to help others that are in need. If someone needs help with a project at their house I'm more than willing to help them out. I also attend my church meetings every sunday. And I go out with my partner and hometeach the families we are assigned to and share a breif message about the gosple with them.