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Hi I'm Corin R. Cline

I served my mission in Englandm, I play Football, I'm going in the Navy and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My family is who I am. I have been taught to represent it with honor on and off the field and when no one is watching. The family activities are first. I will be attending University and play American Football. I grew up working hard for what I have. My life revolves around family then sports. I started playing football at the age of thirteen and loved it. Running, Swimming, Cycling, anything that involves good hard work, I'm there. I am on a two year mission in England learning more about life. These lessons have prepared me for the future. I will be joining the military, Navy, right after University. I have always wanted to go; family and football have provided it. The Lord provides these dreams only with living the Gospel of Christ.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up a member of the church. I ran into a dilemma, to go straight and play university football or to go on a mission for the church. I decided to pray about this opportunity to serve God. When I was about to give up, choosing one or the other, the university I have always wanted to attend walked in and offered me a scholarship wanting me to go on a mission. This is when I realised that God really does answer prayers. Then I more fervently prayed to know if all I was taught was true. I cannot deny what I know. I am a child of God, our Heavenly Father. Jesus Christ is there to support and uplift us in anything, any emotion, pain or dilemma, from small to great. He wants to do this, and I cannot deny it. God lives. "Be not Afraid, Only Believe" --Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

I am a missionary for the Church in The Greater Manchester Area of England. This time has been one of growth and coming to understand. I have seen the things which are hurtful to others and how deceiving it is. God is all loving and caring and does not want this for people. I played football and everyone knows I do not drink alcohol and coffee or smoke. I am an athlete and love saying I am good because I rely on God. The Gospel teaches me self-discipline no. "Nobody wants to be a slave, so why allow yourself to be a slave to your own body?" --Mark Delisle The Gospel of Jesus Christ allows man to overcome themselves and Achieve that which He wants to, As long as it is righteous. I pray that I will perform well, become more like my Heavenly Father and be a family member of God's family starting with my own. I help those who need help, "love thy neighbour as thyself." Living these principles will allow man to conquer their own fears.