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Hi I'm Isaac

I'm the second oldest of fourteen kids. I go to BYU. I'm studying Neuroscience, and preparing for a mission. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am attending BYU right now. I enjoy air-softing, long-boarding, swing-dancing, and sports. So I guess I'm your typical guy. Right now I am working hard to get good grades in school. I'm working towards medical school, and I am also preparing to serve a full time mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I am enjoying life and all of the possibilities that lie ahead. I've truly been blessed. I'm the second oldest of fourteen kids and because I am at college I live away from home. I love my family and I look forward to whenever I have an opportunity to see them. It's because of them I can't wait to get married in the temple and be Dad after my mission. I love kids and the wonderful atmosphere they bring into a room. My favorite foods are Tuna and Peanut Butter. I love nature: sunsets in the mountains, smell of grass and trees, the stars on a clear night, and late evening rain-storms. I love the gospel, my family, and the beautiful the temples Heavenly Father continues to bless the world with.

Why I am a Mormon

I feel the biggest reason anyone does anything is to be happy, and that is exactly what the gospel has done for me. It has brought me happiness, but not just temporal happiness, it is has brought me eternal joy. I love my family and I want more than anything to be with them, and the gospel has brought that knowledge of how to have an eternal family into my life. It also has helped me see a bigger picture in all that is happening; it has helped me gain an eternal perspective of life. I realize whatever I do has greater consequences than here and now. I want to become a person that I am happy being. And I know that it is through a savior, Jesus Christ, that everything is possible. I'm not perfect, but the gospel has shown me a way I can be through the Atonement of Jesus Christ. I feel I owe everything to Him and Heavenly Father. I am happy, healthy, and blessed with one of the most amazing families. And I love sharing the gospel with those around me, and I am excited to be able to share the gospel as full time missionary in the upcoming year. I am extremely grateful and often humbled by the blessings the gospel has brought into my life. It hasn't been easy to gain a testimony of and faith in Jesus Christ. For me it took time, and diligent study and prayer, and I'm still working on it, but I hope to one day have perfect faith in Christ and be worthy to live in his presence forever.

How I live my faith

One of the greatest blessings that being a member of the Church has brought into my life is having a calling. Right now I serve as one of the four Activities Chairman in my ward. I love planning activities for the members of the ward to help them get to know each other better and have opportunities to spend time with one another. I have been blessed with great friends that love the gospel and the Lord Jesus Christ and they have helped me in developing a testimony of His gospel, and I love organizing activities where the members of my ward can make friends like the ones I have been blessed with. It is amazing how the organization of the Church provides an atmosphere that encourages each one of us to fellowship and edify each other. I love serving in my ward because they are really just a second family to me, and I love each of them. One of my goals in life is to become a doctor or enter a profession of some sort where I have opportunities to serve people. One of my dreams is to travel to a third-world country and help those who live there become educated on better health and help provide the mean where they accomplish that. Like building wells, schools, or providing a service like dental care. One thing that I am continually learning is that we are all children of a loving Heavenly Father and it has been interesting to learn to look at and treat those around me as my heavenly brothers and sisters. I love serving and i hope it becomes a permanent part of my life.