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Hi I'm Aaron-Chris Felix Dacayanan

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm the oldest of four kids. I like to draw. I like to be unique. I mostly keep an eye on my personality, behavior, and way of thinking, especially around others. I like to help others, specifically when they want me to move something heavy. I value the approval and respect of my family, extended family, friends, and my Heavenly Father, especially when they share blessings with me. I enjoy letting my imagination run wild in the stories I write or the pictures I draw. I like using the Internet, playing videogames, listening to music, and watching videos. I love starting my day by reading the scriptures because I'd feel lost without them.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a member of the church to do a number of things. I want to improve and become the best self possible. I want to have calmness all the time and an insight to solve personal questions I have. I want to remember my covenants and the commandments I must follow. I want to remember my goal to be a worthy husband someday and a current worthy young single adult. I want to seek the church and the temple where I can learn to keep my family safe and together

How I live my faith

I am a hometeacher/visitor in training, and I help out with the local missionaries assigned to our ward. I attend church meetings and sessions to know truths for myself and ponder upon. I held a position in the Boy Scouts as a Counselor and additional adult. I include the young men in sacrament assignments and study, as well as teach, lessons.

What do Mormons believe about the Holy Ghost? Who is the Holy Ghost?

Aaron-Chris Felix Dacayanan
The Holy Spirit is a member of the Godhead testifying of truth and both God our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ our Savior. The Holy Spirit is a Comforter, to convey feelings of peace in people's hearts. The Holy Spirit also communicates in a still small voice our minds and hearts only can receive; our physical ears don't exactly pick up on the voice. Since the Holy Spirit is quiet, we need to seek him first by following the commandments, including prayer, and putting away worldly distractions such as television. Show more Show less