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Hi I'm Joe Anderson

I was born and raised in Utah. I am in college. I have 2 younger brothers and 2 younger sisters and I am a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I served my mission Vietnamese Speaking in Cambodia. I have graduated High School and I am currently working on my major of Eletrical Engineering. I am a big sports fan. I love baseball, basketball and other sports. I love playing the piano and will play it for anyone that wants to hear. I am also a shy kid that doesn't like to the center of attention.

Why I am a Mormon

I was raised in the LDS church and so first of I followed my parents, but as I grew up and as I learned more about life, I came to know beyond a doubt that this gospel is the true gospel of the Living Christ. I have seen the gospel bless my life as well as the lives of those around me. I have seen people who were dirt poor, who had nothing to live for, who the only thing on their mind was if they would be able to have the money to buy food for their next meal, come to find happiness and joy in their lives through the Gospel Of Christ. The joy that I feel knowing that I will be able to see those loved ones who have passed away is beyond comparison. That is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

Right now in the LDS church I have the calling of Teacher's Quorum advisor. The Teacher's Quorum is a class for the young men. I get to go and teach the young men each week on how they can be better people, things that they can do to better prepare themselves for the challenges that life will through at them. I also attend the other meetings of the church every week. I give service where ever I see an opportunity to. I try to be a good neighbor. I am active in the political process in my community and also in the Nation. This is how I live my faith.