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Hi I'm Spencer Crawford

I grew up in a small town. I love sports and anything outdoors! I'm a ballroom dancer and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hi, my name is Spencer. I grew up in Idaho as the middle child in a large family. I love to play sports--ANY sport! In high school I played football, basketball and ran track and field. I especially love to get outdoors and just GO! Biking, hiking, swimming, skiing, it doesn't matter as long as I'm moving. I am also a life-long Ballroom dancer. I love to travel and see new places and cultures. I love all kinds of music and art. I am interested in politics and law because I want to make a positive impact for this nation. In whatever I am doing, I try to give it 100%.

Why I am a Mormon

Being born and raised a member of the Mormon faith allowed me to learn good Christian principles and set me on the right course for my life. My life has been full of ups and downs but no matter where life takes me, those principles I learned as a child seem to always be there to help. I have found happiness in knowing who I am and knowing that I have a Heavenly Father who loves and cares about me. That knowledge helps me want to be a good person and lift those around me. It motivates me to give 100% in all that I do in friendship, family, education, and work.

How I live my faith

Everywhere I go I find that there are good people who love to live their faith, whatever that may be. I am grateful for the freedom to worship how we choose and I try to promote that freedom for people of all faiths. I believe there is always good to be found in others because no matter who you are or where you're from, you have personal worth. Not long ago, I spent two years helping others find their personal worth during my mission in New England. Every day I try to do something to help others around me. In doing so, I have found that my own hard times really aren't so bad.