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Hi I'm Ryan

I'm a security guard, I love soccer, I'm a crazy busy student, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a full time student working two part time jobs. I'm currently studying Mechanical Engineering and working at the college I attend as a security guard and as a teacher's assistant. I love to play sports, especially soccer, and I love to just have a good time. I spent two years living in Paraguay where I taught people about Jesus Christ and I have plans to go to Brazil where I will volunteer in an Employment Center helping the people of that country. I've lived in five different states and I've learned a lot from the many kinds of people I have met. I love to learn and I love to see other people happy. That is probably the best thing I have learned in life, the joy that one can find in the joy of others.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I can truly say I know for a fact that it is what I am supposed to do. I know this because I have talked to my Heavenly Father and He has affirmed to me that it is what He wants me to do. I have tested prayer and I have found its power to be far beyond what I could have ever imagined. The Lord has helped me through so many hard steps of my life and has shown me the one way I can always be happy, by always keeping my mind on the things of the spirit and trusting in Him in all I do. Try it out for yourself, it really works!

How I live my faith

I live my faith everyday through the testimony I have in Jesus Christ. I have found that my actions are the one true testimony of who and what I believe in, so I try to show that everyday in how I act and what I say. I currently work in one of the temples the church has and I enjoy greeting people to Sunday School on Sundays. I love helping others and I think that alone is the best way I can serve my Savior and live my faith.