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Hi I'm Christopher

I love my life. I love my wife. I like to play instruments. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My name is Christopher. I am currently attending a University near my city. I love being with my family, especially my lovely wife. When I get some free time I like to play the drums, piano, and guitar. Music is my passion, so I love listening to good music and trying to write and record good music. Writing music that sounds decent is the hard part, however. I also like video and audio production; making videos and editing my recorded music brings out another creative side of me that I enjoy. That stuff is just fun!

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I was born into a Mormon family. The reason I am STILL a Mormon is because I have witnessed first hand the blessings that come from following the teachings of Jesus Christ, which are taught in this church. What blessings, you might ask? Apart from the blessings that everyone on this planet is entitled to (for example: the ability to communicate with God through prayer, feel the comfort of the Holy Ghost from time to time, and to choose between right and wrong) I have received incredible blessings that are directly linked to my membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Being baptized, being able to attend the temple, taking the sacrament on a weekly basis, holding God's priesthood power, having a strong family where everybody loves each other and stays in touch with one another (I have the Gospel of Jesus Christ to thank for the cohesiveness of my awesome, happy, loving family), and having met my wife. I wouldn't have met her if it wasn't for the Church! I'm a Mormon because I know that this is where the true Gospel of Jesus Christ is found. Because of the Gospel, I know where I lived before this life, why I'm here, and where I'm going after I die. That knowledge makes all the difference in the world.

How I live my faith

I live my faith everyday in every decision I make. My faith in Jesus Christ has an impact of everything I do, or watch, or read, or say, or don't say. I'm faced with a billion decision everyday, and most of them are like this: "Hmmm....yeah, I probably shouldn't watch that youtube video" or "Yeah...I probably shouldn't be laughing at that..." My reactions to simple, everyday things are effected by my desire to do what's right. Now, I'm not saying that I always do what's right, but I can honestly say that I am trying. I also live my faith by helping out the youth ages 14-15. I help plan weekly activities for them and help them with service projects. I live my faith by studying the scriptures frequently and praying daily. I live my faith by attending church weekly.