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Hi I'm Dallas

I want to be Batman, a fighter pilot, and a family man. For now, I'm just a missionary. And I'm proud to be a Latter-day Saint.

About Me

Hello! Great to see someone is reading this profile! My name is Dallas and I'm currently serving a full time mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Norway, the land of the Vikings. I attended college for a year as a Air Force ROTC cadet. I hope to become an Air Force pilot and fly anything that has an American flag on the tail. I enjoy watching any Star Wars movie or anything that involves Batman. I love me some University of Alabama football! I adore my family. (especially my dog, Holly. Totes cute) My mother means the world to me and my father taught me everything I know. I love my sweetheart who is also currently serving a mission in Brazil. I've been blessed with so much in my life. And I can thank God for it all :)

Why I am a Mormon

Being a "Mormon" is just a title. But what this church does stand for is the values that God would have us follow. I was always a "Mormon" because I was raised in this wonderful church but I needed to find out for myself what it really means to be a "Mormon" or more correctly, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. And that's what I did. I'm a "Mormon" because I have a testimony of the Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ, of the Plan of Salvation that was created before the world was, of the living day prophet that has been called to labor as a servant of the Lord, and most importantly, of Jesus Christ, "himself being the chief corner-stone" of this church.

How I live my faith

One of the greatest ways to demonstrate faith is serving others. Service is one of the greatest things we can do for anyone because true service, or charity, is the pure love of Christ. Doing random acts of kindness without seeking reward is one of best ways to know true happiness. Jesus Christ taught us this when He walked the earth and performed many miracles that brought joy to others. If people don't know who you are and you perform a random act of kindness for them, they will at least know what kind of person you are. And what you do is far more important than what you say. Striving to follow Christ's example has helped me tremendously in life and has filled my life with blessings.