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Hi I'm Stephen

I'm a missionary in Washington, I love laughing, I'm a fan of Sci-fi and Fantasy, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I spent a year in CEU (College of Eastern Utah), but put my education on hold to serve God for two years. My time as a missionary has helped me to grow in all aspects of my life. There is nothing I regret about coming, and staying out here. I can sit for hours and just think, I find it very relaxing and fun. I love Science Fiction and Fantasy it is a great passion for me. But, no matter what family and God will always come first in my life.

Why I am a Mormon

I feel I grew up half asleep I did things because they were convenient; if it wasn't convenient, I ether didn't do it or I just ran away. Being a Mormon in Utah was convenient until I went to High School. There, even in Utah, it wasn't always easy to live up to the lifestyle that I grew up knowing. I needed to take a stand somewhere. I decide to put my faith in my family and stand with what they taught me, as I did that things started to get easier. After I did that I felt a desire to know for myself if what the Church calmed it had was real. So I did what I ask people to do now I went to church, read the Book of Mormon, prayed to God for answers, and did a lot of thinking. One day as I was thinking everything just clicked I remembered and saw how God has helped me in my life and many witness to me that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is his church retored on the earth to day. This is why I know that the Book of Mormon is true and I know everyone can know this if they sincerely search and pray.

How I live my faith

As I grew up I always knew I would go on a mission It was all a matter of waiting until I was nineteen, and now I'm out in the big world away from my family. It took some adjusting, and I'm still not use to it. Being a missionary takes work, I've accepted not everyone is going to be nice, I expected that before hand, and I've learned how wonderful people can be. I want to live my life with no regrets and I knew if I didn't go on a mission I would regret it a lot. I love things that are fun, and being a missionary is a lot of fun.