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Hi I'm Chase

I am on a mission to Farmington New Mexico. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I have lived all around the United States and easily can get to know people. I attend Byu and am studying manufacturing engineering. I love to play sports mainly basketball and tennis. I also am vey interested in cars and love to talk about them. I am currently on a mission to New Mexico.

Why I am a Mormon

I have always been in the Church. I was born into the church to my mom who was a convert and my father who was a memeber. I was always expected to know the churchw as true and live by the principles. However, when i turned about 14 years old i didnt really know for myself if the church was even true and didnt really care to live the principles. Life hasnt always been easy for me. At 16 my parents were divorced and i was to move to washington state for my junior year of high school. I met some great friends up there that allowed me to look up to them. I still really didnt have any care for the church but when i saw my friends begin to prepare for missions and see that happiness about them i wanted that for myself. I decided from that point to rely on my savior and his love. I developed a testimony and knew that my savior lived and loved me. I knew he could help me with anything through the atonement. I begin to feel that happiness that my friends felt and knew right there and then that i needed to continue enduring to the end no matter the trial or hardship. I moved away to texas that next year to finish highschool there, but i always knew that my Heavenly father loved me and would help to get through the change. Now that im a on mission i am so greatful that i made that choice to really know for myself that the gospel was true during my highschool years.

How I live my faith

I am on a mission serving among the Native Americans, in the Navajo and Hopi reservations.