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Hi I'm Noah Adams

I'm a Texan. I love basketball. I love to learn. I'm a missionary and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I was born in Oceanside California, but we moved to Texas when I was very young. We like to tell people "we got here as quick as we could" because Texas is so great. I was homeschooled after fifth grade. You really learn a lot about education and educating when you plan it out each day. The best gift I received while homeschooling was that my Mother gave me, a love for learning. Now, I have no idea what I really want to do for a living because everything is so interesting and awesome. The impression I have is to focus on my mission and then I'll know what to do for a living afterwards. Today, I'm a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, serving in France Lyon, speaking the French language.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints because I want to come closer to Christ and my Father in heaven. The church is centered on the Savior and families. I have seen the gospel and affiliation with the church blessing my life and the lives of my family members so many times. If I did not believe that this was the true church of Jesus Christ, I would not leaving on a mission for two years to serve the Lord. But because I do know, there is no turning back. I, Noah Adams will serve my Lord and Redeemer as best I can until I leave this earth. I owe it all afterall.

How I live my faith

I had an amazing childhood that can be largely attributed to my life in the church. Growing up, my Boy Scout was sponsored by the church, I met with other church youth on wednesday's for a youth activity, we had Church on sundays and often times I had the chance to attend youth dances on saturdays. Growing up in the church was so so fun, but It also gave me the oppourtunity to gain a testimony of Jesus Christ as most of my friends had really good standards and morals and most of my activities (like seminary in the mornings) were tied to the gospel in some way. When, I graduated from the youth program, I was called to serve as a sunday school teacher for the 5-6 year olds and a ward missionary. As a ward missionary, I got to go around to the homes of the people in the congregation and share a message about "strenthening the family" and "sharing the Gospel". Today, I'm a missionary serving in the France, Lyon Mission.