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Hi I'm Riley

I am a returned missionary for the Church. I served in Lima, Peru. I'm from Arizona, USA. The best state. I am a normal person.

About Me

I love the church. I have grown up in it, and I have met and grown up with many people with high moral standards. I served a mission in Peru Lima West mission, and I am 20 years old, and I am so glad to have helped the people there. That is our main goal as church members, help and serve. I am lucky to be where I am, and I testify of the truth of the church doctrines. They have helped me see my true potential and the blessings that I can receive through Christ.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon, because I have felt the truth of it in all the things I do. When I live the gospel, and pray, and teach, I feel the spirit testify that it's true. And you can, too!

How I live my faith

I live it by keeping the standards I have set, being righteous, and loving everyone. I also decided to serve a full-time mission. That means I am away from home for 2 years with the purpose of helping others find the truth.

What is a “testimony” that Mormons speak of?

Riley
A testimony is a feeling or witness of truth. When we ask God of the truth of things, he responds (James 1:5; Moroni 10:4-5). The feeling that we get helps us know for ourselves that these things are true. Every member of the church has felt in their hearts that it is true, and that is why we say "we know". That is a testimony. Show more Show less