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Hi I'm Andrew

I'm an alumni Toro Wrestler and Blue Boy. I still workout. I go to MCC. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I graduated from Mountain View High School, 2011. I did wrestling in all my years at Mountain View, which is the best sport ha ha ha. I even attended the football games with a few of my fellow wrestlers and we painted ourselves blue because our team does whats called the Blue Boys and we go out with the cheer team and support the football team. I have an interest in sports such as wrestling, football, basketball, and even UFC. I even have an interest in my favorite music, science fiction, history, military, and action/adventure. I like to get out of the house and do fun things like mini golfing, going to the movies, outdoor activities, and hanging out with friends. When I'm at home I would watch my favorite shows on T.V., play Xbox, listen to music, or read. And I'm also going to college right now, but only twice a week.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in this church and it has given me so many blessings and so much happiness that I would not want to leave it. I have a great family and friends who are always there for me and I feel that that is a blessing in my life and I love them so much. I've been taught so many things and have been going to Church to learn more about the gospel. I have read the Book of Mormon and prayed to know if its true, if Joseph Smith was a prophet, and if Christ's Church has been restored. And I know all of that is true through the power of the Holy Ghost. And I know that Heavenly Father wants us to be happy and successful in this life and to return to him in the Celestial Kingdom. He helps us by calling prophets and apostles, giving us the scriptures and the Gift of the Holy Ghost so that we can recieve guidance and direction throughout our lives. I know that because I have felt the influence of the Holy Ghost and that my prayers have been answered.

How I live my faith

The only things that I'm doing for my Church right now are hometeaching a couple of families and getting ready to serve my mission. And I still go to Church every Sunday, read my scritpures and pray each day, and obey the commandments. And once in a while I'll be given the opportunity to share a message in Church or teach a lesson in class.