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Hi I'm Spencer

I love life, I'm an avid Ultimate Frisbee player, a runner, I love the outdoors, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I think that I enjoy pretty much anything outdoors and physically active. I ran long distance events in High School in Track and Cross Country, and I still enjoy running whenever I can. I love the feeling of accoplishment after running and beating your Personal Record (PR). My favorite sport to play is Ultimate Frisbee especially when you make a diving catch into the end zone to win the game. I love my family a ton. We moved around a lot while I was growing up, and so my family was my anchor. I didn't have friends that I knew for years and years, so my siblings became my best friends. I go to college, and I like the freedom that you have at college. You get to decide what you're going to do with your time, and if your going to get homework assignments in on time, and everything else. That freedom has helped me learn how to be responsible.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Christian because I have felt the power of Christ's sacrifice work in my life, and I know that it is real. I'm a Mormon specifically because of multiple reasons. One is that there is a living day prophet on the Earth recieving revelation from God for the benefit of all of us. I believe that God loves us just as much as people in ancient times, so if they had a prophet to help them then, why would he suddenly refuse us the blessings of having a prophet and modern day revelation? Also, the Mormon faith is not a faith of bystanders. It is a faith that requires effort from each individual, and I fell that that is the way that it should be. God recognizes that effort that we make and blesses us and helps to become more Christlike in our lives.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by striving to walk the walk, not just talk the talk. I try to always be looking for people who are in need, like someone pulled over on the side of the road with a flat tire, or someone who looks like they need a friend. And then not only noticing it, but acting and offering help and a hand of friendship. I think that the biggest theme in Christ's teachings was love and charity, and I feel that as I emulate that and strive to apply those same things into my life, I can truly be a Christian, in word, and deed, and in who I truly have become.