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Hi I'm Zach

I'm a college student, a musician, and an aspiring psychologist. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a single college student studying psychology. I love music and have spent a lot of time playing in bands. I also love helping people.

Why I am a Mormon

Because I have personally sought out the truth of this message in my life. I have Asked God and received a personal witness through the Holy Ghost of its divinity. I continue to do so on a daily basis receiving confirmation in different ways in addition to the Holy Ghost.

How I live my faith

I find that I'm very similar to other college students, people of similar interests, or age. I have similar problems as everyone else does, but to me living my faith is a choice to live happily despite these challenges. It's doing all I can to make changes to follow Christ more every day so that I can receive more happiness in my life. When someone needs help I have to say yes because to see someone happier is to be happier and more like Christ. That's why I love doing service every week. At the end of the day living my faith is making the choices to actively include Christ a central figure in my life.

What is a “testimony” that Mormons speak of?

Zach
To me a personal testimony is more valuable than anything else. It's the ability to be a personal witness to something. When we speak of our testimonies we aren't reciting what's simply told to us but expressing what we have personally found to be true through our own experiences. No matter how many miracles and proof one sees there is nothing greater than a personal testimony received from God. Show more Show less