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Hi I'm Jase Johnson

I grew up in Pocatello, Idaho. I am a mama's boy. I am serving a mission in Everett Washington and I'm a Mormon

About Me

I am currently serving a mission in the Washington Everett mission. I absolutely love it. When I go home I will be attending college. I hope to be going into the medical field at some point. I have a family of 8 people. I am second oldest in my family also. I love to be outdoors. Skiing in the winter time and sports/fun things in the summer. Football, soccer, polevault, swimming, boating, etc. I am looking forward to having a family. I love kids and I can't wait to have some of my own. It is going to be an adventure and I love adventures. I am excited about the life of parenthood and can't wait for it to start.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I have seen how it changes lives. Specifically my life. Having this church in my life has blessed my family and me so much. It is so great. The thought of being with my family forever is one of the best things anyone can think about. I love my family and to be with them for eternity is all I could ask for. I had a bit of a rough teenage life, making bad decisions on my part, and this church has helped me through them. The Savior Jesus Christ has atoned for my past transgressions and knowing I can be made clean in the sight of God is the best. As well as everyone! Along with that, this church teaches us how to work hard. Choose the right in times of hard trials. Serve others at all times. Share the word of God and to love everyone. We are all literal brothers and sisters here on earth. We are taught in families to look out for eachother. This is exactly what our church does. It is comforting to know that I have "family" wherever I choose to go in this world. The LDS church is everywhere and I know that the people will want to help. It is great. I have read the Book of Mormon cover to cover multiple times. I have found through prayer and study, that it is the true word of God. The Book of Mormon along with the Bible gives me a more full Knowledge of what God wants for me and what I can do to live with Him once again with my family. I put the Promise of the Book of Mormon to the test and found my answer. Will you?

How I live my faith

I am living my faith right now. I am serving our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ by being out on a mission. I have devoted two years of my life to serve Him and bring others to the knowledge of Him. I am sharing His, Jesus Christ's, gospel throughout Everett, Washington Mission along with 50,000 other missionaries world wide. This however is the beginning. I am learning how to live a life more fully and much more close to our God and our Savior. It will benefit me in later years because I can raise my family in a household that will be centered on the Lord. I attend Church every Sunday and it refreshes my mind. It is the best way to start a week out. Throughout the week I study the Bible and also the Book of Mormon. It brings me much closer to our Savior and what he personally has in store for me. He has a plan for me and I am doing all that I can to achieve that plan. He will not let us fail if we turn to Him. What an amazing person He is! There is no better way to live a life than to serve. Serve others before yourself. That is what Chirst did and that is what I am going to do. Not just for these two years on my mission, but for the rest of my life. That is one Key to Eteranal Happiness. Serve others and treat people with the most respect. After all, We are all Brothers and Sisters.

What do Mormons believe about family?

Jase Johnson
We believe that families can be together forever. God put us in families here on Earth so we always have someone to help us out. We can always turn to someone in our family in times of need. Not only our immediate families but our extended falmily as well. Family is extremely important in our church. Show more Show less