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Hi I'm Logan.

I'm a brother. I'm a runner. I love music. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a student in a highschool of 2,000, I run cross-country there, and I thoroughly enjoy learning how things work. Whether it's languages, mechanisms, music, I love understanding. I am the youngest of three children. My oldest brother is currently serving a mission , and my older sister is enrolled in college, while I alone remain at home with my parents, which isn't to bad; I absolutely love my parents. I spend much of my time with friends creating and playing music, and I also like to snowboard.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that this gospel is true. I have ask our loving Heavenly Father, and through the teachings of the Holy Spirit, I have received witness that Jesus Christ is my Savior and Redeemer, that He atoned for my sins, that he suffered for my every pain in order to know how to help us. I know for myself that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is indeed God's church, restored in these latter days by His servant, Joseph Smith. I bear witness that God loves you, with a love so full, you can barely comprehend the smallest degree thereof. I testify of this truth in the name of God the Father's Only Begotten Son, Jesus The Christ.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by small and simple actions. I strive to be obedient to God's commands, but I am still a person, so I don't claim to be anything near perfect. I have been called to serve on the seminary council for the youth at my high school. Seminary is a program that the church puts on for high schools students across the nation. Seminary is a place for us to grow and learn God's word and will, and a place for us to feel of God's spirit. As a seminary council member, I, along with others who have been so called, plan challenges, activities, and other ways to help other students and also members of other faiths feel welcome and accepted, and to help them feel of God's love for them.