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Hi I'm Conner Earl

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a 21 year old College student studying Mechanical Engineering. I like running, snowboarding, playing volleyball, and being outside. I speak Spanish and I love going on dates.

Why I am a Mormon

I have grown up in the church and have always felt comfort in the gospel. It wasn't until I was older, however when I began to truly develop my own understanding and testimony for myself. I know that this is the true church, that Jesus Christ lives and that he is my savior, and that God loves me. I feel a constant sense of peace and reassurance of these things as I read scriptures and participate in church services and activities. I feel the presence of the Holy Spirit in my life as a constant reminder of the promises I have made with God and the truthfulness that he lives and loves me. As I go about my daily life, I constantly see God's hand as he lifts, strengthens and directs. Although I cannot say that I fully understand everything, I know of certain things to be true in my life, such as having a heavenly father that knows us and cares for us enough to comfort us in times of need, enough to strengthen us in times of weakness, and enough to send his son to die for us so that we may return and live with him once more.

How I live my faith

I love going to church and participating in its organization. I had the chance to spend the last two years of my life sharing Good News of Christ's Gospel with the people of Guatemala. Their humility and love changed me and I think of them everyday. I now get the chance in my church community to talk about sharing the gospel with others and promoting faith in Christ. Along with other members we share ideas, stories and scriptures in a class together on how to share the gospel. I feel happiness and joy as I talk about my savior.