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Hi I'm Logan

I'm a Maori-American. I'm an artist. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I'm going to be serving in the Mexico, Reynosa mission for the next two years of my life. I believe there is a bright side to everything. I was born in New Zealand but lived in Utah most of my life. I love serving others. I plan to become a doctor and to attend the U of U after my mission. I'm an Eagle Scout involving a project for the Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind. I love drawing and making digital art. I've loved learning foreign languages including Spanish and French. I enjoy doing Family History. I enjoy being around friends. I seek out good friends who have respect for themselves and everyone around them. I love to laugh and I love my family. I love our Heavenly Father, and His son Jesus Christ, and the restored gospel on the Earth today.

Why I am a Mormon

I believe in the power and love of God and that he truly wants us to be happy. The gospel is the reason I am where I am in life. I live the gospel to my best abilities and am anxious to share the same happiness with the entire world. I know that Jesus Christ died for our sins and like Him we will live again. Jesus Christ is our savior and friend and because of His Atonement, we can become better day by day and find peace and forgiveness. I am a Mormon because the church is true and I know it, I live it, and I love it.

How I live my faith

I live my faith first and foremost by keeping my testimony strong and keeping God's commandments. I love to attend church, seminary, and Mission Prep. While on my mission to Mexico, I will be sharing the message of God's love and mercy with His beloved children. I share the gospel now by being my best self, sharing my testimony via digital media and anywhere I can, inviting others at school to learn more, and by serving with love.

What is a “testimony” that Mormons speak of?

Logan
A testimony is a witness of truth. A testimony is most effective when an individual receives their own witness by the Holy Ghost which gives feelings of peace, understanding, and love. Anyone who wishes to gain their own testimony can do so by seeking to know what is right and then asking God through prayer and then acting on the answer they receive. A testimony will cause a person to feel God's love, to believe in Jesus Christ and His Atonement, to try to keep the commandments and repent when mistakes are made. Show more Show less