Hi I'm Joshua
I love sueprheroes, sports and outdoors. I'm a missionary and I strive to seize the day. I'm a mormon
I like sports. Being active is always great. Basketball is definitlely my favorite sport. I love bein outdoors and campfires. I also love to read, mostly fantasy and fiction type things. I hope to be a writer. I like superheroes and comics. My favorite is Spider-man. I am currently servin a mission in San Diego California speaking spanish. I love bein a missionary. I get to help people everyday all day. I always try to "seize the day." I love to laugh. I love to create. I love livin life.
I suppose I've always had a testimony of the gospel and of the church and everything, but I never truly felt converted until I was 17. I believed I could receive answers to my prayers cuz I had in the past (or had been lucky) so I decided to really put prayer to the test one day. I am truly Mormon because of this test. I got up one day with all the questions in my head. It was a time in my life when I was truly wonderin about my purpose and what I should do with my life. So with all these questions in mind, havin to do with if everything I had been told was true, I went for a hike. It wasn't a very long hike. It's rather short really but it has a pretty good view of my home town and I would often go there to think. When I started the hike it was rather difficult for me this time around. I didn't know why but I started to get tired really fast. But I didn't wanna turn around and go back. That would just be dumb. So with determination I finished the hike. When I arrived at the view I let my knees buckle and I began to offer a kneeling prayer out loud. I instantly had a feeling overcome me. It was the best feeling ever. I knew then from that moment that God exists, that he loves me, and that everything I had been taught growin up is true. I also learned that the reason the short hike was so difficult was because the adversary Satan was workin against me. This strengthened my new conversion and testimony. And so I know the church and everything it teaches without a doubt is true.
I live my faith by serving a mission. Also by trying to help anyone I see in need of help. I look for opportunities to serve, and I participate in activities in church. I earnestly try to be more like Christ. I read my scriptures every day finding new insights and growing spiritually. I also pour out my heart in mighty prayer to my Father in Heaven every day and throughout the day. I can proudly say I'm a mormon.